About Go For Visa
The website for Go For Visa is easy to use with a very simple layout that displays all the relevant information, well nearly all of the relevant information. Go For Visa has failed to provide their clients with important online documentation that is necessary to immigrate to Canada. In order to be able to do immigration to so many different countries, Go For Visa needs to have consultants or lawyers that are qualified to do immigration to these countries. They do claim to have immigration lawyers and consultants in both the UK and Canada, but they fail to mention who these lawyers and consultants are. The pictures of their team is also missing, leaving blank grey squares with no images displayed. We searched on the ICCRC’s website for an RCIC agent using the company’s name and there was nothing. This is a very worrying factor.
There are social media links on the website for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. All the links for these social media platforms work. The Facebook page was created in 2012 and it has over 35,718 likes. The posts to the page are not very regular but they are relevant to the countries that Go For Visa provides immigration services too. Please note that Facebook likes can be bought. We are a bit dubious about this as the ratio of likes and followers compared to the level of interaction from their users do not correlate. The reviews page is active and they have received a 4.7. The Twitter account as also created in 2012 and it has over 2,864 followers. Much like the Facebook account, the posts are not very regular but relevant to Canadian immigration. The last tweet dates back to 2017 and it seems that it has been abandoned. The LinkedIn account links to a page that says the profile is no longer available. This is disappointing as they could simply have removed the link from the website if they are no longer using the platform. The YouTube account has a few videos posted to it but they are all from 4 or 5 years ago or more. The videos on the page are however relevant to immigration.
We are unsure about the legitimacy of Go For Visa as they have failed to provide a single name on the website or an indication of who their immigration lawyers and consultants are. We find it very hard to believe that they are trustworthy or have the confidence of their countless clients. Something else that is puzzling is the fact that the only seals that they have provided on the website are that of MARA and the ICCRC, what about the other countries? If you have dealt with Go For Visa please leave a review below and tell us about your experience.