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Migration Agent/Agency experiences

ispidprikispidprik Posts: 141Member

Kindly share your experiences nyo with your migration agent/agency nyo good or bad. 😎😎😎

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  • ispidprikispidprik Posts: 141Member
    Joined: Apr 16, 2020

    This discussion aims to educate people on what to expect, what to ask and also help them to avoid fake agents.

    mathilde9
  • ispidprikispidprik Posts: 141Member
    Joined: Apr 16, 2020

    Feel free to share your exp if you’re afraid to name names pde nman wag na idisclose 🀣🀣🀣 just share the exp na lng. 🀣🀣🀣

  • mathilde9mathilde9 Lah-lah-land
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    Sa dami ng kelangan i-produce na documents, i-track na applications, i-research na state/migration updates, for me it's overwhelming to DIY this alongside our day jobs.

    May time na I chose an agent to do it on my behalf, para less worry on my part. Ang ending nakadagdag pa sa stress. Since my experience with them was not pleasant (accuracy wise and being straightforward), and ending fault ko pa that I backed out because I started to doubt their capabilities? I don't know the word honestly. I definitely didn't get value for the money I paid for. Anyway, pera lang yun babalik din.

    Kung hindi complicated ang case, DIY nalang talaga. Sabi nga, at least pag may mistakes, sarili mo lang sisisihin mo.

    I would want to understand them (agents) that they work on a volume of aspiring migrant applications, doon sila kumikita eh. But to justify some repetitive mistakes, ehrm no. We pay and we do not sign up for such kind of service. Walang perfect, but you couldn't be too proud to admit mistakes.

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  • ispidprikispidprik Posts: 141Member
    Joined: Apr 16, 2020

    @mathilde9 said:
    Sa dami ng kelangan i-produce na documents, i-track na applications, i-research na state/migration updates, for me it's overwhelming to DIY this alongside our day jobs.

    May time na I chose an agent to do it on my behalf, para less worry on my part. Ang ending nakadagdag pa sa stress. Since my experience with them was not pleasant (accuracy wise and being straightforward), and ending fault ko pa that I backed out because I started to doubt their capabilities? I don't know the word honestly. I definitely didn't get value for the money I paid for. Anyway, pera lang yun babalik din.

    Kung hindi complicated ang case, DIY nalang talaga. Sabi nga, at least pag may mistakes, sarili mo lang sisisihin mo.

    I would want to understand them (agents) that they work on a volume of aspiring migrant applications, doon sila kumikita eh. But to justify some repetitive mistakes, ehrm no. We pay and we do not sign up for such kind of service. Walang perfect, but you couldn't be too proud to admit mistakes.

    Yup true yan. Fortunately i didn’t encounter such issue with our agent. Thou may delays on reverting to us but within the timeframe nman sila ng promised response time. Mabilis nman sila sa pagreply and guide sa amin during the β€œcrucial” stages. Exert due diligence dn talaga if you’re engaging an agent. Same reason as yours we did get an agent for our case straight forward dn nman kmi kaso we can’t do it alongside our daily wroks. I looked on several agents before settling with ours. Also availed these agents free consultations to somehow gauge their knowledge/expertise atleast to test kahit papaano. But settled with my colleagues recommendation who are now onshore. Also, i asked my colleagues experiences and what to expect which was helpful in managing my expectations. We usually do everything via email and we get to talk and chat via viber for urgent matters. Ndi ko nman inabuse un viber chat unless its super impt so for normal follow ups and inquiries email lang dn. We’re glad that we’ve been lucky enough to be done with most of the work but andito na kmi sa nkakainip na part un mag-antay ng grant.

  • ispidprikispidprik Posts: 141Member
    Joined: Apr 16, 2020

    😊😊😊😊

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