Enabling Indians to begin a new innings abroad

In 15 years, about 100,000 families have emigrated by utilising the services of WWICS

It was a chance remark by a stranger in Toronto, where Baljit Singh Sandhu had migrated after 22 years in the Indian Army, which made him turn entrepreneur. After 10 years in Canada, he returned to India in September 1998, and started Worldwide Immigration Consultancy Services Limited (or WWICS) - a company with revenues of Rs 25 crore in 2012-13. "I lived in Toronto and worked as a land surveyor with Canadian companies. In my neighbourhood I found a number of people from India, Sri Lanka and Bosnia who were illegal migrants. It was due to sheer ignorance on the part of these ...