Navigating Global Education

Dive into the world of global education and immigration consultancy as we engage in an insightful conversation with Prabhjot Singh, the pioneering mind behind MGK Global Private Limited.

By: Bhavya Gaind

In an ever-expanding landscape of global education, Prabhjot Singh stands as a trailblazer, spearheading innovative approaches to immigration services for students aspiring to study abroad. As the founder of MGK Private Limited, an immigration consultancy based in Amritsar, Punjab, Prabhjot has revolutionized the domain, drawing from personal experiences as a former international student. Know more about his inspiring journey in this exclusive interview.

Can you share what prompted you to recognize the necessity for visa assistance and immigration support for students and what drove you to establish MGK Private Limited?

My journey is inspired by my experiences as an international student in Australia. During this time, I went through the challenges that immigrant students encounter, including housing and employment issues. Understanding these struggles personally inspired me to offer transparent guidance to students, emphasizing realistic expectations. I firmly believe that individuals who’ve navigated and thrived through such situations make more informed consultants than the conventional immigration advisors. So, at MGK, our focus is on assisting students beyond mere paperwork, extending our support until they are comfortably settled. We provide services ranging from Student Visas, Enrollment, Housing, Parents’ Visitor or Super Visas, to Work Permits. Our journey began in 2019, and presently, we cater to students applying for visas in four countries: Canada, USA, UK, and Australia. We are also gradually expanding our services in Germany.

Could you elaborate on the primary challenges that international students often confront during the visa application and immigration process?

International students face a myriad of challenges during the visa application and immigration process. Language barriers, unfamiliarity with the application procedures, financial constraints, and meeting specific eligibility criteria are common hurdles. Additionally, cultural adaptation and adjusting to a new educational system in a foreign country can be overwhelming for many students.

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