Agency Reviews


About Reach Immigration


It is difficult to comment on who Reach Immigration is and what they do. The reason for this issue is that their website contains almost no useful information. Through heavy investigation, we determined that they must be a group of lawyers specializing in immigration. However, nowhere on their website will you find any names of the people who work there. This is frustrating because, without this information, it is really difficult to check the legitimacy of the company. Apparently, they are registered with the Ontario legal society, their membership number is #1382616, but you cannot follow up on this number without the names of the registered members. So for all we know, they might not be registered at all. One of the few detailed pages on their website reveals that Reach Immigration has several offices in the middle east and Egypt. According to their site, they have offices in:

  • Amman, Jordan;
  • Riyadh, Saudi Arabia;
  • Limassol, Cyprus
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • London
  • Kuwait
  • Three offices in Cairo, Egypt

Operating from these offices, they claim to provide immigration assistance to many countries across the world. Specifically, they help skilled migrants move to Australia and Canada, and they also help investors through immigration programs to:

  • Antigua and Barbuda;
  • Australia;
  • Canada;
  • Cyprus;
  • Dominica;
  • Greece;
  • Grenada;
  • Hungary;
  • Malta;
  • Moldova;
  • Netherlands;
  • Portugal;
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis;
  • Saint Lucia
  • Spain; 
  • Turkey;
  • USA; and
  • The U.K.

Though the above list is long and impressive, our Reach Immigration Review focuses on their Canadian immigration services.


Services & Website


The website is well designed and professional looking. It is very slick and user-friendly, with the pretense of a well organized and official business, however, when you look closer you’ll see that it is mostly all pretense and not much substance. For example, it offers immigration services to Canada however there is no ICCRC logo or mention of RCICs or their registration numbers, which doesn’t give us much faith as to whether they are in fact legally allowed to assist with immigration or give advice on the immigration process at all. Reach immigration only offers assistance with three Canadian Immigration programs. According to their website, these programs are:

  • Canada Express Entry System
  • Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Investors Migration - Canada (British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan)
The links to these pages are quite detailed with enough content on the specifics of these immigration programs, qualifications, and requirements, costs, services as well as a process timeline. They do offer a free evaluation service, however, as mentioned previously there is no information on exactly who will be handling the immigration process and what qualifications they have or if they are accredited by the ICCRC. The website is secure, however, there is no privacy or terms and conditions policy, so if you give them your personal details, there is no guarantee that your information will be kept private or if you will receive any helpful information about the company.

Social Media and User Reviews


It is clear from Reach Immigration’s social media that the company mostly deals with Arabic speakers, seeing as all of their social media accounts are in Arabic. It is difficult for us to comment on the legitimacy and user satisfaction of this company due to the language barrier. However, we did find their Facebook page to be very impressive. Reach Immigration has a large following of 549,363 and they regularly post to their newsfeed. The reviews on their Facebook seems to be flooded with positive comments in English, which is strange seeing as most of their posts are in English barring a few negative comments in between. They also have an active Twitter page with 3,133 followers and an Instagram with 10.7k followers, which is very suspicious as the interaction on the feed is minimal. On their website, you will find a link to a Linkedin profile, which has 7,276 followers and seems to be updated regularly. There is also a Youtube channel which has 8,344 subscribers however only 11 videos posted. Reach Immigration has a dedicated testimonials page on their website. This leads us to question the validity of or how organic these followers really are. As with all testimonial pages, we advise that you should not take them too seriously. Companies will only include positive testimonials on their site and there is no way to check if the reviews are real or just written by the company.


It is clear that Reach Immigration targets the Arabic market. We would like to give an honest and complete image of Reach Immigration; however, seeing as our skills in Arabic is not good enough, we cannot give you a complete idea about this company. We can only comment on what we found in English, so our Reach Immigration review should be read with that in mind. We liked that the company has a free evaluation service and their Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin presence is really impressive. Reach Immigration website is detailed enough and seems to be transparent about their cost and services although only limited to 3 immigration programs. That being said, we did not like there is no mention of RCICs or the ICCRC. Perhaps all of this is available on their Arabic site or on their Facebook. If you are an English speaker and you are looking for a more detailed immigration service, there are many other options to choose from.