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  • Canada: Foreign worker paid $25K for a non-existent job

    An Ontario immigration consultant is under investigation for charging foreign clients up to $25,000 to help them enter Canada to work at low-skill jobs. In at least one case, the worker arrived to find the employer no longer existed.

    “[The consultant] said, ‘You must be thankful to me. I legally brought you to Canada,’” said Mohamad Tehrani of Iran, one of David Aryan’s clients.


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    Foreign caregivers backlog grows as families wait for residency

    The number of individuals waiting for permanent resident status under a program that brings foreign caregivers and nannies to Canada has ballooned to more than 60,000, according to documents released under an access to information request.

    More than half of those individuals waiting for permanent residency are the spouses and children of foreign caregivers already living in Canada, according to documents obtained under access to information and given to CBC News.