Teacher wants NBI to probe Mabatid’s visa processing center
A public school teacher from Mandaue City has asked the National Bureau of Investigation in Central Visayas (NBI-7) on Wednesday to investigate the visa consultancy firm managed by Mabolo Barangay Captain Prisca Niña Mabatid.
Levi Cortez, 40, alleged that he still did not get his Canadian immigrant visa even after he made payments of P83,000 to Pinoycare Visa Center where Mabatid is chief executive officer.
Cortez said he filed his application in September 2016.
“Wala silay nahatag sa pag-speed up sa ilang visa processing. Mibayad gani ta aron masayon ug sila ang mo-process ani, wala man silay ikahatag noon (They haven’t done nothing to speed the processing of my visa. I paid for their services so that someone will process my visa for me but they have not done anything.),” said Cortez who plans to work as a teacher or an athletic coach in Canada.
In a text message to Cebu Daily News, Mabatid said Cortez failed to pass the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) which is a requirement for his travel to Canada.
Cortez already took the examination twice.
Mabatid said that Cortez complaint was another “black propaganda” against her.
Pinoycare, she said, keeps a very commendable record with no court cases filed in the last 18 years.
Mabatid said that she was planning to file a libel charge against Cortez and demand damages from him.
Cortez, who visited NBI-7 on Wednesday morning, said he wanted to take back the P83,000 which he already paid to the visa processing company.
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