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Alert! Beware of Immigration Fraud – Low pricing from ‘ghost’ unregulated consultants
Low priced immigration services alert: You should not be easily gullible to fall for advertisements which offer low fees that are too good to be true. Most of them are illegal agents and are not authorized to represent you to IRCC, and they are also characterized with a low-quality service. They may end up telling you that you will qualify whereas you may not, and then discover they are out of business when you contact them again for help.
Immigration Fraud Alert related to Work Permits and Job Offers: You should also be aware of unauthorized job finding services or illegal job offers. This is the area where the highest incident of fraud happens globally in regards to immigration. Some unauthorized agents sell fake job offer letters, and tell you to start the process of immigration right away.
It should also be noted that work permit cannot be issued to you without two (2) prerequisites. Firstly, you need to have a genuine job offer from a Canadian employer and secondly, the employer is expected to apply to get an LMIA (Labor Market Impact Assessment) from ESDC or widely known as Service Canada which is a very long, fairly costly and complex process where they are required to offer competitive wage, made an advertisement for more than 30 days in the recommended way, and submit an application for the LMIA to prove that the employers were not able to get a Canadian citizen or a Canadian PR for the very job that is being offered to you.
It is also required that you must have met with the employer (in person, if possible) and gained their confidence in you and got selected by them after a proper interview. The possibilities of getting a job offer and LMIA granted for the employer that you have not met is very low. As an ICCRC licensed Immigration consultant for Canada, many times we help potential internationally trained eligible skilled workers arrange to meet with Canadian employers in person and we can assist you in getting the LMIA, a temporary foreign worker permit (TFWP) and Canada Permanent Resident status. You need to be very careful not to make any payment to illegal / unauthorized consultants. You are encouraged to watch IRCC video on our home page “Don’t be a victim of disappearing Act” , “We were victims of fraud” on this page and check your consultant’s credentials on ICCRC (CRCIC) website. If you would want to know more about this, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us direct at +1 647-909-4439, we are here to help!