Cash-for-jobs Chinese immigration scheme

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In his 30 years as a Chinese immigration expert, Richard Kurland said he’s only ever heard rumours of people paying money for job offers to foreign nationals.

“It’s almost the stuff of immigration legendary myth that there are envelopes of cash being passed around for offers of employment in Canada,” said the Vancouver-based lawyer and immigration policy analyst.

But he said a case CBC recently uncovered in Saskatchewan is “the first time on record someone was caught” — as he put it  — “green-handed.”

In an undercover investigation, CBC’s iTeam recorded an immigration consultant offering to pay a Prince Albert, Sask., business owner cash in exchange for a letter offering a Chinese national a job.

And it may, in fact, be part of a larger scam.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.