Agency Reviews


About AIMS

AIMS, headed by Pearce Chang, has head offices in Singapore with additional branches in Australia, China, and Vietnam. One of the core values of the company is Human Touch and it can clearly be seen in the design of the website. On their homepage, they list a bunch of immigration services, including corporate relocation, student services, and migration services. Seeing as we review Canadian immigration companies we will be focusing on their Canadian immigration services. For those of you who are interested in immigrating to countries other than Canada, AIMS can help you relocate to:

  • Australia;
  • U.S.;
  • The U.K.; 
  • Hong Kong; and
  • New Zealand.
For those of you who interested in immigrating to countries other than Canada, AIMS can help you relocate to:
  • Australia;
  • The U.S.
  • U.K.; and
  • Singapore:
  • New Zealand;
  • Malaysia;
  • European Union;
  • Caribbean Islands;

Website and Services


The website presents clients with a well-designed website that is easy to use. Navigation on the site is simple and intuitive. Links direct where they are supposed to and nothing seems particularly out of place. AIMS provides your standard fare of Canadian immigration services. We enjoy the comprehensive list of programs they provide assistance with, these include Express Entry, Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades Worker, Canadian Experience Class, Entrepreneur (Provincial Nominee) visas, Investor visas and Family Reunion (Sponsorship). Though the list is substantial, it is by no means comprehensive. For example, for some reason AIMS only seems to assist with entrepreneur visa via the following provinces:

  • British Columbia
  • Ontario
  • Manitoba
  • Prince Edward Island
  • New Brunswick

When clicking on the link you find out that these are streams under Provincial Nominee Programs(PNPs). We find it strange that they only assist with the entrepreneur streams of these PNPs as there are so many different PNP streams available for 11 out of Canada’s 13 provinces and territories to choose from. So, now that you know what they can help you with, you are probably wondering who will be guiding you through the immigration process. While we researched for our AIMS review, we did not find any mention of a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) on their site. Initially, this concerned us because companies must hire an RCIC or immigration lawyer if they charge for immigration services. If they do not, the company will get into legal trouble. Thankfully, we finally found 2 RCICs linked to AIMS on the ICCRC website: Bajwa, Amandeep Kaur whose number is R407423 and Maria Andrea De Luna, whose number is R409599. Another great service AIMS offers you is a free consultation. We liked how transparent the company is with what will happen during this session, so you know exactly what you will get yourself into. There is a blog with relevant immigration news however it was last updated on April 2019. They also offer a downloadable brochure however this does not really give any useful information to anyone wanting to immigrate. Unfortunately, there is no clear Refund or Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions documents on their website, which is a bit worrying seeing as they help to protect customers from fraud. Without these important documents, you will probably be left with many unanswered questions. 

Social Media

Out of all social media platforms, AIMS is most active on Facebook. They have 18,837 followers and a great average score of 4.2 out of 5. Unfortunately, the review page has been disabled however based on online reviews most of the feedback is positive however the bad reviews are mostly regarding spam advertisements. The Youtube channel has been long forgotten, with a few videos which were uploaded 2 years ago. On Instagram and Twitter AIMS just shares more promotional content much like on their Facebook profile. The Twitter account has a drab 2 followers and 1 tweet to date and is simply not worth mentioning.


Overall, we liked AIMS. They are professional, easy to use and to a certain extent trustworthy. They employ 2 RCICs and they provide assistance with the majority of Canadian immigration programs. Unfortunately, we experienced some negative aspects of the company too. They must update some of their content to remain relevant. They can do with a refund, privacy and terms and conditions policy to instill more confidence in their company. If you aren’t convinced by them, you should have a look at our other trusted reviews. Please let us know if you have had any experience with this company in the reviews section below.