Is Modern Immigration Group with the times?
Modern Immigration Group is a Canadian immigration company that is based in Toronto. The information for Modern Immigration is rather limited but we were able to find an RCIC agent – Ms Julie-Ann Bond (R508771). Whilst her RCIC number was not listed on the website, we were still able to find her on the ICCRC directory.
There is a list of the other team members for the Modern Immigration team but Julie Bond is the only RCIC agent. Mohsen Esmaeili is the representative for the Middle East and he deals specifically with Iran and the Iranian community in Canada.
On the first run through of the website we noted a few helpful resources like the blog section however, the last article that was posted in the blog dates back to the 10th of November 2013. A great deal has happened in regard to Canadian immigration and Canada since 2013 yet the Archive list is only for 2013.
Under Modern Immigration Services there is a list of different visa options such as:
- Permanent Residence
But when we clicked on the Refugee option we were given a short description of what it entails, “For people in need of protection”. If you wanted to read more about what a refugee visa entails you could be redirected to the CIC’s website.
The website also has the option to have it translated into any language as they have installed a Google Translator Plugin. Julie Bond can speak German and Spanish fluently and another member of the team, Axel Van Goud, can speak over 20 languages fluently.
There are social media links on the website for Facebook and LinkedIn and they both link to the respective site profiles.
Like the website, the Facebook page was created in 2013 and it has over 6 000 likes but the last post is from the 2nd of March 2015. From what we were to find, the posts were not regular but are somewhat relative to Canadian immigration. Some people have commented on posts but received no reply from Modern Immigration Group.
The LinkedIn account did not contain any information at all.
Even though Modern Immigration do not seem to care much for the upkeep of their online presence, we cannot fault them for their service as it has been reported that they have served many clients and have a strong success rate.
- There is a registered RCIC agent, Julie Bond
- The website has not been kept up-to-date
- The social media presence is not maintained
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