About Us

Our Vision

“Our vision is to simplify global immigration, offering bespoke immigration solutions at the most competitive rates.”

Our Mission

“We aim to create a world where you and your family can embark on a seamless immigration journey, achieve your career aspirations, and experience boundless opportunities worldwide.”

Our Values

  • Personalized customer care and dedication
  • Uncompromising service quality
  • Strong work ethics

At FWI Immigration Consultancy, we recognize the intricate and overwhelming nature of the immigration process. Therefore, we are dedicated to delivering a stress-free experience that is customized to meet the unique needs of our clients. Our team of seasoned professionals is committed to providing top-tier services. We adopt a personalized approach to each case, investing the time to comprehend our clients’ distinct situations and objectives.

Our Registration: State of California, Secretary of State, Surety Bond Immigration Consultant, Bond Number CA5756649

you can click on the link below to verify the Immigration Consultant Bond Number.


Why Choose Us

Hiring a Bonded Immigration Consultant in California you will have an assurance that the Immigration Consultant passed a background check and was live scanned as part of the registration process, what does that mean? Well, if you have any negative issues in your background you will not be bonded by the State of California.

The following are the requirements to be bonded as an immigration Consultant in California with Secretary of State:

Pass a background Check.

A person must satisfactorily pass a background check conducted by the Secretary of State as part of the application process to register as an immigration consultant. To assist in determining if an applicant qualifies, the applicant is legally required to be fingerprinted.

Complete a Live Scan fingerprint processing.

All fingerprints must be transmitted electronically through Live Scan submissions, which replace the standard fingerprint cards. Live Scan digital submissions provide the quickest way to submit and process background checks.

What is a background check?

A background check is a process often used by employers to vet someone who has applied for a job. It looks into information such as their education, criminal history, and previous employment.

Posses a current Surety Bond ($100,000) obtained from a corporate surety (admitted to do business in California).

California Business and Professions Code 22443.1

requires individuals file a 2-year $100,000 surety bond as part of the state’s immigration consulting licensing application process. By filing a California immigration consultant surety bond, consultants agree to follow state law as outlined in the California code.

Canada, Caribbean Islands (St.Kitts and Nevis, Dominica), Australia, New Zealand and Europe Immigration Consultancy Disclaimer

For immigration inquiries in these countries, we will either collaborate with registered consultants or lawyers or refer you directly to qualified professionals in the respective countries.

USA Immigration Consultancy Disclaimer

It is important to note that we are not lawyers and cannot provide legal advice. We cannot represent you in immigration court.

What we can do is provide assistance with completing immigration, civil forms, and provide translation services.

If you have a complicated case such as an asylum immigration or a investor green card such as H1-B, EB-5 US Investor Visa and others, we can and will refer you to experienced immigration attorney.

In California, notaries public, paralegals, accredited representatives and immigration consultants are not lawyers. It is against the law for these non-lawyers to give legal advice. An immigration consultant can only give you non-legal help, like translating your answers to the questions on USCIS forms, getting copies of supporting documents, and, if you ask them to, submitting the forms to the USCIS.

Only lawyers licensed to practice law in state or federal courts are allowed to give legal advice, like what forms to file with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Lawyers or representatives accredited by the immigration court can represent you in immigration court.

Some common Immigration scams:

  • Making false promises or implying special influence with the USCIS. The truth is, nobody can guarantee you a work permit or any other immigration benefit.
  • Threatening arrest, fines, or deportation unless you pay money or reveal personal information.
  • Posing as an immigration consultant or lawyer when he or she is not qualified to do so.
  • Taking your money and not delivering any services
  • Persuading you to lie on an application or to an USCIS agent.
  • Keeping your original documents and charging money to get them back.
  • Filing applications that will not be approved, like filing an application for political asylum if you don’t qualify for asylum.
  • Charging you a total price for all services up front, then demanding more and more money to continue doing work.

Checklist for working with a Lawyer or Immigration Consultant:

  • Is the person offering legal services a lawyer licensed by the State Bar of California? The person must give you his or her State Bar number. Check with the State Bar. Ask if the lawyer has ever been disciplined.
  • Immigration consultants must have a $100,000 bond and provide you evidence of the bond. Keep the bond number for your records.
  • Check references. Talk to other people who have used the services of the immigration consultant or lawyer; check with reputable community groups. Don’t be fooled by fancy titles or documents hanging on the wall.
  • Get a written contract signed and dated by the immigration consultant or lawyer, but do not sign the contract unless you understand it.
  • Consult a person you trust before signing anything or paying any money. Be suspicious of anyone who wants you to act immediately.
  • Make sure the contract lists the services you were promised and how much you must pay.
  • The immigration consultant contract must be written in both English and your language.
  • You can cancel a contract with an immigration consultant and get a refund at any time. You have the right to a full refund within 72 hours of signing the contract. You must cancel the contract in writing.
  • Get a dated receipt showing what you paid for and how much you paid. Make sure the consultant or lawyer signs the receipt.
  • Keep a copy of the contract, receipt and forms being filed on your behalf. Take detailed notes and keep for your records.
  • Give only copies of original documents to the immigration consultant or lawyer. Keep your originals in a safe place.
  • Never sign any immigration document you do not understand. You could be committing a crime if you sign USCIS or other official documents that contain false statements. Ask someone to translate documents for you if you cannot read English.
  • An immigration consultant or lawyer should not file any documents with the USCIS if they are too complicated for you to understand or if you do not understand why you are filing the documents.