Indian men say fake immigration consultant crushed their Canadian dreams
|CTVnews 11 Feb 2019 at 19:02|
But Immigration Canada said the job offers were fraudulent. And not only that the agency rejected the applications from the men and ruled them inadmissible to Canada for five years.
All of them are now back in India.
Singh says he believed the job offer was legitimate, and that Ghadials actions have ruined his life.
What has happened to my life? Where has it gone? said the now 23-year-old. I did everything in good faith, he added.
The men initially turned to police, who concluded there was enough evidence to lay a charge of utter forged document against Ghadial.
But Ghadial said he didnt know the documents were fraudulent, and was only ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution to each of the men.
Unhappy with the result, the group tried to get a federal review of the case but were unsuccessful.
As a last resort, they turned to small claims court. The judge ruled Ghadial had provided false documents and the men finally got all of their money back.