M. Khan & Company Review



Who Else Works at M. Khan & Company?


 Khan & Company was established in 1988 and Mumtaz Khan is the President and the CEO of the company. On the website they indicate that M. Khan is an RCIC agent, but there is no RCIC number provided on the website. We looked on the ICCRC’s website and found a Mumtaz Ali Khan, and we assume that this is Mr. Khan. The RCIC number is R413223.


On the website M. Khan & Company do indicate that their staff are all registered and recognised by the ICCRC.  Their staff are also highly motivated and experienced in Canadian immigration.Khan & Company claim to provide services to immigrants from countries all over the world. 

The Website

The website for M. Khan & Company is very basic and provides you with the very basic information. The website does have a privacy policy/statement but there is no refund policy or a terms and conditions. These are very important documents.

On the website, M. Khan & Company clearly state that their staff are members of the ICCRC and that they are recognised. But, who are these staff members? This is unsettling and makes us wonder if Mumtaz Khan is the only employee.

The website does have a News section but it can be easily missed. The articles that are posted in the news section are all from other publications and from 2011. We find this a bit lazy and we would like to know why there are no recent news updates? Khan & Company have a free online assessment that you can take on the website, it has the basic information that is normally asked. It can also be submitted online. There is also information about the various immigration applications that you can apply for.

There is a Blog for M. Khan & Company but when we tried to look through it, we found that the page does not work. This is disappointing as it is something that should have been fixed.


Lack of Social Media

There are no social media links from the website and we were unable to find any social media accounts for M. Khan & Company. We find this a bit strange as social media is a form of free advertising.

There is a link to Mr. Khan’s LinkedIn profile from the website, but the information on this page is limited.

Our Conclusion

While going through M. Khan & Company’s website, we found a few issues that raised red flags with us. The lack of important online documentation like a refund policy and a terms and conditions is a problem. There is a privacy policy/statement that you can read through but it doesn’t provide you all the information that you need.

Mumtaz Khan is as far as we can see the only employee of the firm, he is also an RCIC agent and his RCIC number is provided on the website. This leads us to believe that the immigration company is legitimate.

If you have dealt with M. Khan & company please leave a comment below and tell us about your experience.

You can visit their website here: www.mkco.ca


The Review

3.8 Score


The Good

  • There is an RCIC agent at the company
  • There is a privacy policy / statement

The Bad

  • There is no refund policy or a terms and conditions
  • The company has a bad social media presence
  • We would like to know who else works at the company


  • Company Identity 50%
  • Legitimacy 60%
  • Features 30%
  • Service Feedback 30%
  • Published Content 20%
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3 Discussion to this review

  1. Holsen says:

    Mumtaz Ali Khan and M. Khan and Co. Immigration Counsellors Ltd., of Surrey, BC, consented to an order entered January 30, 2018, prohibiting them from engaging in the practice of law, representing themselves as lawyers or a law firm, and from commencing, prosecuting or defending proceedings in court. In its petition, the Law Society alleged that Khan offered and prepared court documents for divorce proceedings for a fee, and wrongfully represented himself as capable and qualified to do so. As a term of the order, Khan and the company were required to repay the $2,500 the company received to perform the divorce services. The order does not prohibit Khan or the company from performing immigration services pursuant to the federal immigration statutes as long as he remains a licensed immigration consultant.

  2. Peter says:

    Mumtaz Khan is a fraud , he is not even a lawyer . He was also fined recently and barred from practicing. Please stay away from him . He is a perfect example of Unprofessionallism.
    Do not use his services if you care for your family.

  3. Aura says:

    We contracted M. Khan’s services last summer via referral. He claimed he would take care of everything and it would take 8 months to receive spousal PR. We paid him upfront and gave him everything he asked from us. But my spouse was suspicious that he didn’t give us a case number. In spring l contacted Immigration Canada and was shocked to learn they don’t have us in their system, not even a pending application.
    He should have submitted our case within a month of his hiring. He claimed our case is a bit more difficult and so on. This is all BS for not putting in the work and prioritizing higher paying clients over us.
    It’s been 7 months now. He totally wasted our time and money as well as playing on our emotions. He never gave us an official receipt of payment and application to Immigration Canada, nor a case number. These are all red flags.

    Buyer Beware!

    This impacts us even though we are a young(ish) couple whose lives are in limbo separated by continent. We have many dreams. We to start our businesses. We want to start a family but time isn’t on our side. Fertility rates aren’t talked about enough as much as high living costs. We’re just wondering, when will our lives start?

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