Would We Trust Premiers?
Premiers is an immigration company based in the Middle East and they have offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. They will help you immigrate to a number of countries; Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, US, the UK and St Kitts and Nevis (Federation of St Christopher and Nevis).
They claim to deal with over a 1000 immigration cases a year and this is what keeps their sales consultants busy and knowledgeable.
There is no information about when the company was founded or who founded it. We did a bit of research and found out that their website was created in September 2009 but this does not mean that it is the original Premiers website.
The website for Premiers is very basic and the information on the website is extremely limited. They offer different immigration options like business migration, student visas, second citizenship passports and skilled workers migration. But when you go into each of the options there is absolutely no information on the actual immigration policy, its requirements or how to check if you qualify.
They do state that they are members of the ICCRC for Canada, there is an RCIC number that is given and it does check out. The RCIC number is R410607 and it belongs to Imran Farooq. There is also an Australian Offshore Agent Registration number available. Whether this is legitimate we are not sure. Premiers claims to be able to assist you as their client with immigration applications from many different countries, but they provide no indication that they are supported and recognised by these countries. Straight away this was a red flag for us.
The worst kind of reviews
There were no client testimonials on the Premiers website but we did a little digging and found quite a few from very unhappy clients. There is even a Facebook page calling for Premier Immigration Company to stop dealing.
Many of the reviews given by people that were once Premier Immigration clients say that they paid the fees and then for months and months nothing happened. They were then contacted and told that the immigration policies for the country that they wanted to immigrate to have changed. They were then told that there would be additional fees that needed to be paid in order for Premier Immigration to continue processing their application.
If Premier Immigration deals with thousands of immigration cases a year, why are they painted as fraudsters by previous clients?
What we think
After researching Premier Immigration Company UAE and finding out what they are all about we would not recommend that you use them. They overcharge for their services and will often ask you to make more payments for changed immigration policies that may not even impact your immigration process.
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