Indian men say fake immigration consultant crushed their Canadian dreams
Another Canadian dream crushed by an unlicensed immigration consultant.
Three men from India named Kamalpreet Singh, Amrit Gill, and Gurjit Gill came to Canada on student visas and enrolled at Algonquin College in Ottawa.
They individually paid $39,000 to Karnail Singh Ghadial for helping in securing jobs that would allow them to stay as permanent residents in Canada.
Ghadial arranged to stay for the three men at a Howard Johnson hotel in Yorkton, Sask that purportedly paid $18.48 per hour.
But after enquiring they found job offers were fraudulent from Immigration Canada. Their trouble did not end here, further, the agency rejected the applications from the men and ruled them “inadmissible to Canada” for five years. So, all three are now back in India.
The men initially reported police, who concluded there was enough evidence to lay a charge of “utter forged document” against Ghadial. Ghadial in his plea to police stated that he didn’t know the documents were fraudulent. But Ghadial said he was only ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution to each of the men.
All the three men filled a case in court and the judge ruled Ghadial had provided false documents and the men finally got all of their money back. “If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it is a duck,” said the judge.