Agency Reviews


About Ann Arbour Consultants Inc.

Ann Arbour Consultants Inc. was established in 2002 and has its head office situated in Toronto. Ms. Sharmila Perera is the president of this consultancy and she is also a member in good standing with the ICCRC. Even though they have not made their president’s RCIC number available, we did not find any difficulty in finding her on a manual search. Ann Arbour further goes on to claim; “Our mission is also to make true the Canadian dream to those seeking a better life for themselves and their families, be it fair wages, a better career, safe environment or simply a place where you can call home.”

Website & Services


The website of Ann Arbour Consultants is well designed and easy to navigate. We appreciate that Ann Arbour is straightforward about what they do and how they intend to assist the immigrants. However, their website is missing some essential information such as a privacy policy and terms and conditions. This immigration consultancy offers their expertise and advice on several visa programs ranging from temporary immigration to permanent. The website offers a wealth of information on each program respectively and they also have a page that provides useful links to assist in the immigration process. Among the few incentives of choosing Ann, Arbour Consultants is the Free initial consultation, assessment, and evaluations that they offer.

Social Media

Links to social media platforms can be found at the bottom of their home page. Their Facebook has a significant following of over 20,000 people. They post relevant Canadian immigration content at least twice a week. The reviews section of their Facebook boasts numerous positive reviews, which is always a good sign. Their Twitter presence is quite weak, having a following of only 60 people. They have neglected this platform, as the last tweet made was in 2017. 


Ann Arbour seems to be reliable enough to trust with your immigration needs, but we would advise calling beforehand to find out about certain terms and policies they may have neglected on the website.