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  • 'They were very persistent': CBC finds more cash-for-jobs immigration schemes

    After a CBC iTeam investigation revealed that a Saskatchewan business owner was offered cash in exchange for a job offer to a Chinese national, three other people have come forward to report similar experiences.

    Last week, CBC reported that Barb Reid, owner of a Fabricland in Prince Albert, had been approached by a representative of a Vancouver-based immigration consulting firm.

    The man, Bill Sui, told Reid if she provided a letter offering a job to a Chinese national, his company, Vstar International, would pay the worker's salary and benefits for three months.


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    Cash-for-jobs immigration consultant under scrutiny by federal and provincial officials

    The company at the centre of an undercover CBC News investigation, which unearthed evidence of a cash-for-jobs immigration scheme, is now being reviewed by federal and provincial officials.

    Last week, CBC revealed that a representative of Vancouver-based Vstar International offered $15,000 to businesswoman Barb Reid of Prince Albert, Sask., if she would offer a job to a Chinese national.CBC made an undercover recording of the Vstar representative while he made that offer. Vstar claims that man has never worked for the company.