About FastTrack Immigration
Fast Track Immigration is very vague when it comes to the immigration services they offer. We tried to find out more, but even when we clicked on multiple links on their site, we were presented with the same copy-paste information that was not useful in the slightest and left us more in the dark than ever. Surprisingly, FastTrack Immigration offers immigration services to more than just Canada. They also do immigration to:
- Antigua & Barbuda;
- St. Kitts & Nevis;
- U.K.; and
- The U.S.
Seeing this list we thought that the company would at least offer more information about specific visa programs and give you the information you need to apply with. Instead, we were given a basic description of Express Entry and its definition but weren’t told anything else of real importance that Wikipedia could not have explained. Our FastTrack Immigration review found that the company apparently offers assistance with:
- Express Entry;
- Skilled Immigration (we are not sure what this refers to);
- Business migration (we also do not know which visa or program they are specifically referring to here); and
- Student visas
The website does not have any links to its social media platforms. We were given the impression that we would be able to link to their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram account through the quick links to their assessment forms offered on each platform. located in the footer of the website however, when you click on them you are redirected to the same form. We stumbled across their Facebook and Twitter pages by accident by clicking on the tabs located on the right-hand side of the screen. The Facebook account has 18,580 followers and seems to be updated regularly with relevant topics. The review page is a mix of requests and positive reviews however there are no responses to these queries. When we tried clicking on the twitter tab however it seemed to be disabled and there is also no Instagram account. This really did not improve the impression that Fast Track Immigration was giving us.