FastTrack Immigration consultancy offer a range of immigration from their offices in Bur Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
We took a good look at them with our FastTrack Immigration review, to help you determine if they are the right visa company for you.
About FastTrack Immigration
This Dubai based company promises to assist you to work and live in Canada through the use of “Experienced migration advisors.” We are not sure what to make of these advisors, seeing as only authorized representatives like RCICs (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants) or immigration lawyers can legally charge you for immigration services.
We took a good look at their website in our FastTrack Immigration review, but could find no mention of who the company employs to help with your application.
We tried to find out if the company maybe hired an RCIC by checking the ICCRC registry. Luckily, we found that Fast Track hired at least one RCIC, Alaniz, Carlos RCIC number R406623.
FastTrack Immigration Services
The company is very vague when it comes to the immigration services they offer. We tried to find out more, but even when we clicked on multiple links on their site, we were presented with the same copy paste information that was not useful in the slightest and left us more in the dark than ever.
Surprisingly, FastTrack Immigration offers immigration services to more than just Canada. They also do immigration to:
- Antigua & Barbuda;
- St. Kitts & Nevis;
- U.K.; and the
Seeing this list we thought that the company would at least offer more information about specific visa programs and give you the information you need to apply with. Instead, we were given a basic description of Express Entry and its definition but weren’t told anything else of real importance that Wikipedia could not have explained.
Our FastTrack Immigration review found that the company apparently offers assistance with:
- Express Entry;
- Skilled Immigration (we are not sure what this refers to);
- Business migration (we also do not know which visa or program they are specifically referring to here); and
- Student visas
FastTrack Immigration Website
FastTrack’s website is basic at best and doesn’t really show much information that could be useful to their users.
Besides the sad lack of visa program names, we also noticed another major issue on the website. The site is not https secure, in other words, if you want to enter sensitive information like your password or credit card details, we highly recommend you don’t.
Because the site is not secure, it means that third party hackers can gain access to your information more easily than they can on other sites. This is a definite problem that Fast Track needs to look into immediately.
As we explored the website, we were annoyed by the constant pop ups of the assessment form on pretty much most of the links. Besides being distracting, as we had to exit the tab every time, the assessment form is very bland compared to some of the free assessments we have looked at over the years.
We were highly disappointed that the site does not include a link to any of these documents
Fast Track Immigration Facebook
Surprisingly, the company has a fairly good following on Facebook with 17,856 people. They also post regularly on the page about certain visa programs. Unfortunately for users, if you were hoping for useful information about how to apply, think again.
Literally, every post has the same copy and paste information about the “assessment form” and their WhatsApp number. This seems very lazy and unprofessional as the site doesn’t bother to even explain the process or the requirements for any of the visas that it advertises.
We were hoping that the positive reviews, giving the company an average 4.4 rating, would help our Fast Track Immigration review out – it did not. Besides most of these reviews being queries about the company’s services, we found a long list of 78 people who rated the company without writing a comment.
Apart from being really strange (surely one person has something to say), Fast Tracks’ reviews came across as very unbelievable and didn’t lend any credit to the company for great service.
We also noticed that Fast Track Immigration never seemed to respond to any of the queries that customers posted about the site, which really speaks volumes about poor customer service if nothing else.
We tried to find their Twitter account, but the links on their website do not work and we could not find their account anyway, so maybe it was closed or changed. This really did not improve the impression that Fast Track Immigration was giving us.
The Conclusion of our Fast Track Immigration Review
The only thing we can really say about the company in our Fast Track Immigration review is that they do at least have an RCIC. Besides that, it was just one disappointment after another from the poor content on their website, copy paste content, links that do not lead anywhere to the irritating pop up assessment sheet that dogged us for every page we visited.
Fast Track Immigration really need to take a look at their online security as their site is not HTPPS secure and is vulnerable to hacking. This is not something you want to hear if you want to make a payment.
The company’s performance on social media is also lacklustre and lazy at best. At no point did we see an interaction between the company and their customers, answering of queries or links to actual information that is not their WhatsApp number or assessment form sign up sheet.
Overall, our impression of Fast Track Immigration is not the best and there are many areas that the company seriously needs to address in the future.
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- RCIC are present
- Poor website content and usability
- Site is not HTTPS secure
- Poor social media presence and customer service
RCIC are present 100%
Poor website content and usability 10%
Site is not HTTPS secure 10%
Poor social media presence and customer service 20%