Global immigration leader WWICS sets base in Malwa
Opens branch in Bathinda
WWICS branch for Bathinda, Faridkot inaugurated
Malwaiites set to receive quality immigration consultancy
World leader in immigration sets base in Malwa
WWICS’ Bathinda branch to cater to Bathinda, Faridkot region
Bathinda, March 8: After having rewritten the rules of immigration industry in a globally competitive environment for over one and a half decade now, World Wide Immigration and Consultancy Services (WWICS), world’s leading global resettlement solutions provider company has formally expanded its operations into the Malwa region of Punjab with the opening up of WWICS branch at Grover complex, Gonaina road in Bathinda here today. The inauguration of Bathinda branch of WWICS which would cater to Bathinda and Faridkot region, took place here today amidst a gathering of renowned personalities of the region in the esteemed presence of Founder- Chairman of WWICS, Lt Col B S Sandhu. While terming the occasion as a milestone in satiating the local aspirations of Malwaiites to have a leading immigration consultancy begin its operations from Malwa heartland, Lt Col Sandhu assured to keep the highest standards of services and client satisfaction levels intact.
It gives me immense pleasure to dedicate the WWICS branch at Bathinda to my Malwaiite brethren who have been amongst a highly aggressive section of Punjabis and Indians to immigrate to far off lands like Canada, UK, US and other European nations, remarked Lt Col Sandhu.
Aimed at catering to a growing population of Punjabis from Malwa belt aspiring to immigrate and settle in countries like Canada, Australia, UK, Czech Republic, Ukraine and US, the new branch will provide solutions to the Malwaiites who form a major proportion for Punjabis settled abroad. Sangrur, Mansa, Malaut and Fazilka areas are all set to be substantially catered to by the latest WWICS' Bathinda & Faridkot branch.
Headquartered in Toronto, WWICS aims to tap and cater to a growing segment of businessmen, farmers and students who plan to settle abroad. It may be mentioned here that 50% of the Punjabi settled abroad are from Malwa which otherwise also constitutes 55 % area of Punjab. Almost 15000 of estimated 30000 Punjabis immigrating to Canada every year are from Malwa. Canada remains the hot destination with university professors, finance professionals, IT professionals, doctors, nurses, construction and tradespersons who are in a great demand, informed Lt Col Sandhu. While an extremely immigrant friendly policy and laws recently enacted by Canadian parliament heavily favour relocation of skilled Indian professionals in Canada, the recent fast track immigration processing introduced by Canada via education route also enables international students to get a work permit on course completion and qualify for Permanent Residency.
While shedding light upon the business immigration opportunities Mr. Sylvain Payette, President, Renaissance Capital Inc., WWICS’ associate company informed about the federal investor business program and Quebec Investor Immigrant Programme. Col Sandhu also enlightened people upon existing investment and business opportunities in Ukraine and Czech Republic.