Thursday, December 31, 2009

WWICS celebrates 16 years of success in Canada

WWICS completes 16 years of its successful journey
Celebrations at Canada marks WWICS 16th anniversary

Chandigarh, December 30
WWICS, the undisputed leader in global resettlement solutions, held a grand party at Canada marking its 16 successful years in immigration industry. Professionally well settled immigrants, aspiring immigrants, business associates, political bigwigs, dignitaries, industrialists, media comprised of the 450 individuals that were a part of the grand celebrations.
People from pockets of India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Africa, South America (Trinidad, Tobago and Jamaica) thronged Canada to participate in the function.
Chief Guest of the function Ms. Lois Brown is the Member of Parliament for Newmarket-Aurora, Ontario and is a member of the House of Commons Standing Committees on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, and Foreign Affairs and International Trade. She congratulated WWICS on its fair and transparent working in last 16 years and exhorted it’s efforts in settling immigrants in best possible way.
Political Invitees included personalities like Kyle Seeback, Candidate of the Canadian Conservative Party from Brampton West, Lawyer with Simmons Da Silva and Sinton LLP and Member of the Canadian & Ontario Bar Associations and Peel Law Association.
Lt. Col. B.S. Sandhu (Retd.), Chairman and managing Director, WWICS said that WWICS started with one office each in India and Toronto. Today it has 800 employees across the world.
With Headquarters in Toronto, WWICS has a Global Presence in Canada-Toronto, UK-London, Australia-Sydney, UAE - Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al-Ain & Sharjah, Middle East – Kuwait, Bahrain, Trinidad, Tobago- Port of Spain, Jamaica - Kingston, Kenya-Nairobi, Uganda - Kampala, Sri Lanka-Colombo, Nepal-Kathmandu, Pokhara and over 25 offices in India.
“Combining our transparent approach towards immigration issue with leading edge technology, we have kept aspiring immigrants at forefront in providing them unrivaled immigration, placement and settlement services,” Sandhu said.
Mr. Devinder Sandhu, Sr. Director of WWICS expressed special thanks to employees associated with WWICS in perpetuating a corporate environment where hard work is rewarded but fun, creativity and teamwork are encouraged just as strongly.
WWICS has helped more than 70,000 professionals, business persons and students settle in Canada, Australia, UK, Europe, USA and New Zealand. Foreign professionals are most preferred manpower solution for developed countries because of their talent, professional expertise, sincerity and good communication skills.
He added that negative population growth in countries like Canada, Australia and Europe is forcing them to get immigrants to contribute to their economy. Europe and Canada have opened floodgates for investment opportunities there.

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