Couple to pay $111,000 for immigration fraud against Chinese ‘friends’

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A judge has ordered a Langley couple to pay a Chinese couple who were their friends more than $100,000 for committing civil fraud while helping them with immigration services. Bi He Zhao and Rui Du, a husband and wife whose home base is China, argued in court that Yubin Dong and Bing Ji of Langley offered to assist them as friends with their immigration to Canada. Dong and Ji claimed during a two-week trial in B.C. Supreme Court that they had an oral agreement to provide the services.

Read the full article at The Province.