Agency Reviews


About AMD Immigration


AMD Immigration is a Canadian Immigration consultancy agency operating from Quebec. According to their site, they have helped many people immigrate to Canada via appropriate immigration visa programs they offer. AMD Immigration’s consultants are prepared to support you in the immigration process and to advise you on what best suits you and your family’s needs. Headed by Mr. Driss Amsoul, an approved member of the RCIC (#R406849), you can be confident that AMD Immigration is qualified to handle your immigration needs. As stated on their website, Amsoul completed a Bachelor’s in Political Sciences and human rights at the University of Padua (Italy), studied at the University of Versailles and L’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (IEP Paris), as well as higher studies in foreign policy, cooperation and development at the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM). He graduated in Canadian immigration law. During his career, he has participated in several seminars in France, Italy, and Canada relating to human rights, juvenile law, international security, and migration. This immigration agency claims to strive to provide quality services and leadership, differentiating themselves from other immigration agencies, though “professionalism, transparency, confidentiality, and speed.”

Website and Services

The website is available in both French and English. We were pleased to find terms and conditions and privacy policy at the bottom of the page as it lends credibility to their reputation. However, it should be noted that in their terms and conditions, there is a clause that states that AMD isn’t liable for any losses due to the use of their services – which implies that they do not have a refund policy. The site is user-friendly and explains all of their services clearly. The services offered by AMD Immigration include:
  • Skilled Worker
  • Investor visa
  • Visitor visa
  • Temporary workers
  • Family sponsorship
  • Student Visa

Social Media

There are links to thee social media platforms of AMD Immigration in the footer of the website. The Facebook page links to a private account, which appeared to be hopelessly outdated. This kind of defeats the purpose of having social media accounts if it is not accessible to the public. The Twitter page is open to the public but reflects the same poor upkeep, having a following of only 99 people and the last tweet made was in 2015.



This site’s reputation checks out most of our criteria and we commend their transparency on the payment page. Their social media upkeep is disappointing and definitely needs some work.