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Disciplinary Actions

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Disciplinary proceedings before the ICCRC Tribunal Committee include hearings, motions (short hearings), and appeals. Proceedings currently before the Tribunal are listed below and published pursuant to ICCRC’s Publication PolicyPublication Policy. These proceedings involve complaints that were investigated and then reviewed by both the ICCRC Complaints Committee and a lawyer who found that there was evidence to support that the Member had breached the Code of Professional Ethics or an ICCRC Regulation. For that reason the complaint was referred to the Discipline Committee for a hearing.

In urgent cases, where the complaint alleges serious offences or the member is subject to multiple complaints, the Discipline Committee may impose an interim order (e.g. suspension) and the review of the complaint will be expedited.

Notices are removed from the chart below once the matter is resolved. See our PAST DECISIONS for information on these completed proceedings.

Please note that the allegations below have not yet been proven.

In accordance with our Publication PolicyPublication Policy, information identifying the complainants, clients and other unrelated third parties contained in the Notices is redacted for privacy reasons. The Member receives an unredacted version of all documents.

 

NameLicence#LocationDateNotice* Summary of Allegations
Alain GuerreroR411415
TBATBACD.2016.021CD.2016.021Failed to provide services, failed to return client property, and threatened client.
Amir ShuvalR419239TBATBACD.2017.011CD.2017.011Accepted payment through unregistered agent and provided no services

 
Amir ShuvalR419239TBATBACD.2017.206CD.2017.206Failed to provide services for the fees charged; failed to provide a Retainer Agreement.
Amir ShuvalR419239TBATBACD.2015.569CD.2015.569Misrepresented fees
Amir ShuvalR419239TBATBACD.2016.258CD.2016.258Member and Agents impersonated Government of Canada
Anuraj SandhuR418399
TBATBACD.2017.116CD.2017.116Failed to provide a retainer agreement, failed to sign a "Use of Representative" form; advised the client to give false and misleading information to the ONIP.
Avtar Singh RaunakR506957TBATBACD.2013.859CD.2013.859Misrepresented employment position (LMO) to client and ignored client.

 
Avtar Singh RaunakR506957TBATBACD.2015.338CD.2015.338Refusal to return client file and property to client.
Baljit Singh KailayR509415TBACaser Management Conference: November 10, 2020.CD.2016.216CD.2016.216Misled client about application progress and deceived client by stating that CIC had not provided a response when CIC had told Member that application was deficient.

 
Baljit Singh KailayR509415TBATBACD.2016.225CD.2016.225Failed to file application in time and to notify client about CIC request for documents leading to refusal; failed to respond to client's lawyer.

 
Baljit Singh KailayR509415TBATBACD.2017.057CD.2017.057Mislead the client about the restoration period; mislead the client about the status of the application; failed to process the client's applications in a timely manner.
Basil DanielR409527
TBATBACD.2014.217CD.2014.217Failed to file the client's BOC in a timely manner, failed to provide a retainer agreement.
Carlito ManansalaR508779Hearing by VideoconferenceUrgent Motion for Interim Suspension: September 14; October 2, 2018; 12 PM (ET)CD.2018.315CD.2018.315Member has been charged criminally for offences under the Immigration and Refugee Protect Act. Counselled and assisted clients in misrepresenting their financial status for the purpose of obtaining SPs; employed a foreign national without a WP; failed to serve a client risking potential deportation.
Carl Mark BenitoR515855Hearing by VideoconferenceUrgent Motion for Interim Suspension: September 14, 2018; 12 PM (ET)CD.2018.317CD.2018.317Counselled and assisted clients in misrepresenting their financial status for the purpose of obtaining SPs; employed a foreign national without a WP; failed to serve a client risking potential deportation.
Carmelo GiadinaR512462TBATBACD.2016.096CD.2016.096Failed to properly advise the clients about their eligibility.
Charles BenitoR516032Hearing by VideoconferenceUrgent Motion for Interim Suspension: September 14; October 2, 2018; 12 PM (ET)CD.2018.316CD.2018.316Member has been charged criminally for offences under the Immigration and Refugee Protect Act. Counselled and assisted clients in misrepresenting their financial status for the purpose of obtaining SPs; employed a foreign national without a WP; failed to serve a client risking potential deportation.
Columbo (Jon) SalvadorR418335TBATBACD.2013.874CD.2013.874Failed to provide services in timely fashion, failed to return client property, and threatened client.

 
David AllonR513335TBATBAem>CD.2017.111CD.2017.111Misleading public statements against other Member.
David WeinsteinR421319TBATBA CD.2017.014CD.2017.014Failed to provide the applications forms and/or a list of all required supporting documents and/or corresponding instructions; failed to respond in a timely fashion (or at all) to the client; failed to provide services after receiving payment.
Deanne Mischelle Acres-LansR508363TBATBACD.2016.079CD.2016.079Failed to notify client that she required settlement funds leading to refusal; refused to admit mistake.

 
Devinder SandhuR418415TBATBACD.2016.192CD.2016.192Failed to provide any service to the client; harassed the client; failed to communicate with the client.
Devinder SandhuR418415TBATBACD.2016.207CD.2016.207Failed to provide any guidance to the client; failed to provide refund.
Devinder SandhuR418415TBATBACD.2016.265CD.2016.265Failed to communicate with the client in a timely manner; failed to return the original documents to the client.
Devinder SandhuR418415TBATBACD.2015.272CD.2015.272Misinformed client about application requirements; refused to provide refund.

 
Devinder SandhuR418415TBATBACD.2016.371CD.2016.371Failed to provide services after receiving payment; deterred client from filing complaint with ICCRC.
Don CollantesR409239TBATBACD.2016.378CD.2016.378Failed to provide competence services.
Don CollantesR409239TBATBACD.2017.159CD.2017.159Failed to provide reaitner agreement to the client; advised the client to falsely inform the officer about her relationship with the LICP's applicant; failed to communicate with the client in a timely manner.
Douglas Randal BoldtR407999Hearing by VideoconferenceCase Management Conferences : August 9; October 9 and 15, 2018; April 25, 2019; Motion to dismiss: April 27, 2020. Case Management Conference: June 29, 2020. Discipline Hearing: November 4-6 and 9, 2020CD.2017.273CD.2017.273Permitted client to work for Member's company contrary to work permit; failed to provide retainer agreement, return client file, or return $60,000 paid to Member's girlfriend.
Edmond SadonouR508030TBATBACD.2015.481CD.2015.481Failed to communicate with client or provide update on application status.

 
Edmond SadonouR508030TBATBACD.2016.368CD.2016.368Failed to provide service after receiving payment; failed to communicate with the client in a timely manner, failed to return documents to the client.
Eric LeungR414191TBATBA CD.2017.151CD.2017.151Failed to complete the LMIA application correctly twice; failed to inform the client of the rejection; failed to provide an explanation to the Complainant as to why the application was not submitted appropriately on both occasions.
Eric LeungR414191TBATBACD.2015.453CD.2015.453Counseled client to misrepresent and file refugee claim; provided no services but refused to honour refund as outlined in retainer.

 
Garsendy-Emmanuel GuillaumeR507422Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conferences: October 12, 2016; October 10, 2019; September 24, 2020; October 1, 2020; October 14, 2020. Discipline Hearing: March 8, 9, 10 and 11, 2021.CD.2014.504CD.2014.504Incorrectly advised client about eligibility; counseled client to lie to CBSA; failed to properly represent client in PRRA leading to an arrest warrant.

 
Garsendy-Emmanuel GuillaumeR507422TBACase Management Conference: November 4, 2019, March 19, 2020.CD.2017.280CD.2017.280Failed to provide services after receiving payment; Misled the client to disregard the instruccion of the CBSA; failed to communicate with the client.
Ghazal LankaraniR507069TBATBACD.2017.033CD.2017.033Failed to provide a retainer agreement; failed to communicate with the client; provided no services for the restoration application and refused to refund.
Ghazal LankaraniR507069TBATBACD.2017.065CD.2017.065Failed to provide service after receiving payment; failed register the client's son in a post-secondary institution; failed to communicate with the client in timely manner.
Gurpreet Singh KhairaR413175TBACase Management Conference: October 12, 2016CD.2016.212CD.2016.212Failed to advise client about government service fee leading to application refusal.

 
Hari SreedharanR419703TBATBACD.2015.581CD.2015.581Failed to share correspondence from Government and to advise on requested documents leading to refusal; failed to respond to client for 3 years.

 
Ian Christopher Kemp-JacksonR413111TBATBACD.2016.165CD.2016.165Failed to provide properly advise about the investment.
James NorrisR416599TBATBACD.2018.027CD.2018.027Failed to enter into a Retainer Agreement; failed to provide the Client with a copy of the LMIA; failed to advise the Client properly; failed to communicate with the Client in a timely manner.
James NorrisR416599TBATBACD.2017.201CD.2017.201Failed to provide services retained for; failed to advise the Client properly; failed to communicate with the Client in a timely manner; misled the client.
Jun ChengR408951TBATBACD.2015.379CD.2015.379Accepted $15,000 for a PR application, closed business prior to submitting the complete application and ceased communication with client.

 
Jun ChengR408951TBATBACD.2015.517CD.2015.517Accepted $10,000 for PR application; filed application relying on invalid job offers; refusing to honour refund outlined in retainer on basis that Member is now with a new consulting company.

 
Jun ChengR408951TBATBACD.2016.149CD.2016.149Charged foreign temporary workers fees for finding them jobs, contrary to Manitoba Worker Recruitment and Protection Act.

 
Kamran NaghariR416159TBATBACD.2016.061CD.2016.061Failed to exercise due care; misled information.
Kathryn Mary MacDonaldR414887TBATBACD.2017.038CD.2017.038Client retained RCIC based on assurance client met Express Entry requirements; client did not qualify; application rejected.
Kazem SeyedalikhaniR418751TBATBACD.2017.009CD.2017.009Impersonated another member and misled that member's client by providing incorrect advice

 
Krishan DhankharR507048TBATBACD.2015.291CD.2015.291Forced client (employee) to pay for employer's LMO fee and threatened to have client deported if he filed a complaint with ICCRC.

 
Krishan DhankharR507048TBATBACD.2015.583CD.2015.583Submitted incorrect information for client's application leading to its denial; Refused to provide application file to client.

 
Kuldip Singh ChahalR408591TBACase Management Conference: November 17, 2020, November 24, 2020.CD.2017.137CD.2017.137Failed to update the Client about the status of his file; failed to render the services that he was retained to provide; failed to adequately supervise his agents and employees.
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: December 16, 2019; October 11, 2019; January 10, 2020. and October 19-23, 2020. Abuse of process Motion: August 14 ,18 and 25 2020. CUPE Motion: September 25, 2020, September 28, 29, 2020. Case Management Conference: October 13, 2020; October 19, 2020 Discipline Hearing: January 20 -29 and February 1-12, 2021.CD.2015.374CD.2015.374Accepted $3000 to obtain LMO for client seeking a work permit; failed to perform services.

 
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: December 16, 2019; October 11, 2019; January 10, 2020. and October 19-23, 2020. Abuse of process Motion: August 14 ,18 and 25 2020. CUPE Motion: September 25, 2020, September 28, 29, 2020. Case Management Conference: October 13, 2020; October 19, 2020 Discipline Hearing: January 20 -29 and February 1-12, 2021.CD.2015.409CD.2015.409Failed to apply for work permit application for client and failed to respond to client communications.

 
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by VideoconferenceCase Management Conference: December 16, 2019; October 11, 2019; January 10, 2020. and October 19-23, 2020. Abuse of process Motion: August 14 ,18 and 25 2020. CUPE Motion: September 25, 2020, September 28, 29, 2020. Case Management Conference: October 13, 2020; October 19, 2020 Discipline Hearing: January 20 -29 and February 1-12, 2021.CD.2015.491CD.2015.491Failed to properly advise client; failed to provide services retained for; failed to respond to client communications.

 
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by VideoconferenceTBACD.2015.518CD.2015.518Failed to properly advise client and failed to provide a retainer agreement or receipt for payment.

 
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: December 16, 2019; October 11, 2019; January 10, 2020. and October 19-23, 2020. Abuse of process Motion: August 14 ,18 and 25 2020. CUPE Motion: September 25, 2020, September 28, 29, 2020. Case Management Conference: October 13, 2020; October 19, 2020 Discipline Hearing: January 20 -29 and February 1-12, 2021.CD.2016.006CD.2016.006Failed to properly advise and communicate with client; Failed to provide refund as promised.

 
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference TBACD.2016.018CD.2016.018Delayed filing application for improper reasons, leaving client to lose status then demanded excessive fees for filing a TWP.

 
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference TBACD.2016.390CD.2016.390Failed to inform client of the documentation required under the BCPNP; failed to include required documentation in the BCPNP application; failed to respond to a BCPNP officer's request for additional information for the application.

 
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: December 16, 2019; October 11, 2019; January 10, 2020. and October 19-23, 2020. Abuse of process Motion: August 14 ,18 and 25 2020. CUPE Motion: September 25, 2020, September 28, 29, 2020. Case Management Conference: October 13, 2020; October 19, 2020 Discipline Hearing: January 20 -29 and February 1-12, 2021.CD.2017.023CD.2017.023Failed to provide a retainer agreement.
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: December 16, 2019; October 11, 2019; January 10, 2020. and October 19-23, 2020. Abuse of process Motion: August 14 ,18 and 25 2020. CUPE Motion: September 25, 2020, September 28, 29, 2020. Case Management Conference: October 13, 2020; October 19, 2020 Discipline Hearing: January 20 -29 and February 1-12, 2021.CD.2019.086CD.2019.086Charged the client for employment, misled the client about Canadians jobs, failed to render receipt for fees and Retainer Agreement; failed to communicate with client; failed to provide service for the fees charged.
Kuldeep Kumar BansalR407527Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: December 16, 2019; October 11, 2019; January 10, 2020. and October 19-23, 2020. Abuse of process Motion: August 14 ,18 and 25 2020. CUPE Motion: September 25, 2020, September 28, 29, 2020. Case Management Conference: October 13, 2020; October 19, 2020 Discipline Hearing: January 20 -29 and February 1-12, 2021.CD.2017.335CD.2017.335

Charged the client for employment; failed to provide services for the fees charged; failed to refund the fees; failed to communicate with client.
Kwang Woo ParkR416999TBATBACD.2015.279CD.2015.279Advised client to invest in a company that had misrepresented its financial state; failed to notify client that member would receive $70,000 kickback; failed to communicate with client or advise on immigration steps.

 
Maria Elena BurrillR408303TBATBACD.2015.341CD.2015.341Advised the clients not to submit a Use of Representative Form; failed to properly supervise agents or staff; counselled clients in making misrepresentations and/or false statements as part of their immigration applications.
Mariam ButrusR408327TBATBACD.2016.259CD.2016.259Fraudulently produced an eligibility decision from IRCC to the Client.
Marko VitorovichR421023TBATBACD.2017.087CD.2017.087During a meeting with an IRCC officer and his clients, the member yelled at and behaved in an aggressive manner towards the officer.

 
Manu DattaR409559TBATBACD.2016.024CD.2016.024Following failed applications, failed to provide client with documents submitted or original retainer agreement.

 
Manu DattaR409559TBATBACD.2016.059CD.2016.059Guaranteed client a work permit and failed to notify client he would have to pass a trade program examination; failed to provide a retainer agreement.

 
Mohammad AziziR407263TBATBACD.2016.009CD.2016.009Failed to provide refund.
Muhammad WattoR421263ICCRC Burlington ClassroomMotions by Conference Call: January 10; February 8, 2018; Discipline Hearing: August 30-31, 2018 (Hearing to be Re-scheduled)CD.2015.549CD.2015.549Acted as interested third party to subvert ICCRC electoral process; defamed and slandered other members by making sweeping allegations with no supporting evidence.

 
Muhammad WattoR421263TBATBACD.2016.359CD.2016.359Disrupted ICCRC AGM; defamed and slandered other members by making sweeping allegations with no supporting evidence.

 
Muhammad WattoR421263TBATBACD.2016.363CD.2016.363Disrupted ICCRC AGM; defamed and slandered other members by making sweeping allegations with no supporting evidence.

 
Muhammad WattoR421263TBATBACD.2016.393CD.2016.393(Complaints filed by 29 individuals) Disrupted ICCRC AGM; defamed and slandered other members by making sweeping allegations with no supporting evidence.

 
Nasir MahmoodR414999TBATBACD.2014.035CD.2014.035Obtained incorrect arranged employment options for client.
Natasha ThompsonR420415TBATBACD.2015.084CD.2015.084Failed to file bridging open work permit on time leading to refusal; failed to tell client why permit was refused; filed incorrect information on PR application.

 
Natasha ThompsonR420415TBATBA CD.2015.579CD.2015.579Misled client about status of two PR applications.
Natasha ThompsonR420415TBACase Management Conference: October 1, 2020, December 4, 2020.CD.2018.247CD.2018.247Failed to provide the client with any documentation respecting the refusal of the two visitor visa application; failed to enter into a Retainer Agreement with the client; failed to adequately communicate with the client; failed to render services or receipt for fees; failed to cease practice upon suspension; failed to provide response to the ICCRC Investigator.
Natasha ThompsonR420415TBACase Management Conference: October 1, 202, December 4, 2020.CD.2018.267CD.2018.267Failed to communicate with the client in a timely manner and to maintain a high quality of service; failed to cease practice upon suspension; failed to provide response to the ICCRC Investigator.
Navdeep BatthR535853TBATBACD.2020.391CD.2020.391Charged with 15 counts of counselling misrepresentation under section 126 of IRPA.
Osama EbidR530337Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: September 2, 2020. Discipline Hearing: January 18, 19, 20 and 21, 2021. CD.2019.142CD.2019.142Contacting a witness for ICCRC's hearing; failed to act in a duty of good faith.
Osama EbidR530337Hearing by Videoconference Case Management Conference: September 2, 2020. Discipline Hearing: January 18, 19, 20 and 21, 2021.CD.2019.285CD.2019.285Inhibited the Complainant's ability to communicate and represent her clients; misaproppiate money and property; failed to discharge, in good faith, all responsibilities to the Complainant.
Osama EbidR530337Hearing by VideoconferenceCase Management Conference: September 2, 2020. Discipline Hearing: January 18, 19, 20 and 21, 2021.CD.2019.380CD.2019.380Inhibited the Complainant's ability to communicate and represent her clients; misaproppiate money and property; failed to discharge, in good faith, all responsibilities to the Complainant.
Padam LakhanpalR507841TBATBACD.2015.260CD.2015.260Guaranteed client a work permit and failed to notify client he would have to pass a trade program examination; failed to provide a retainer agreement.

 
Padam LakhanpalR507841TBATBACD.2017.098CD.2017.098Failed to provide services, a retainer agreement or receipt for fees; failed to communicate with the client in a timely manner.
Parvinder SandhuR418407TBATBACD.2015.271CD.2015.271Misinformed client about application requirements; refused to provide refund

 
Parvinder SandhuR418407TBATBACD.2016.193CD.2016.193Failed to provide any service to the client; harassed the client; failed to communicate with the client; failed to provide refund.
Parvinder SandhuR418407TBATBACD.2016.208CD.2016.208Failed to provide guidance to the client during the client's PR application; failed to provide refund.
Parvinder SandhuR418407TBATBACD.2016.373CD.2016.373Failed to properly advise and assist the client with respect to the client's PR application.
Rabah AbaidiR507816TBATBACD.2014.388CD.2014.388Falsely claimed to be a lawyer; convicted of illegally practicing law in Québec; RCIC’s firm convicted of same; RCIC‘s firm misled public by falsely claiming Quebec lawyer member of team.
Rajesh RandevR422455TBATBACD.2016.392CD.2016.392Failed to provide services, a retainer agreement, or receipt for fees; failed to respond to client

 
Rajwinder Singh BhanbiR422479TBATBACD.2015.501CD.2015.501Sent offensive letter breaching duty to communicate in a professional manner.
Ramandeep SinghR419423TBATBACD.2015.539CD.2015.539Falsely advised client that WP would be valid for 2 years; Delivered 3-month WP to client after it had already expired.

 
Ripudaman S. DhillonR409799TBATBACD.2014.238CD.2014.238Provided incorrect assurances of eligibility for first application; when clients found ineligible, demanded higher fees for additional applications without providing explanations.

 
Ripudaman S. DhillonR409799TBATBACD.2015.346CD.2015.346Refused to refund fees and required client to file additional applications; failed to file application on time, to account for fees, and to return client files.

 
Ripudaman S. DhillonR409799TBATBA
 
CD.2015.504CD.2015.504Failed to update client about letter from CIC and to explain what work was completed on the file
Ripudaman S. DhillonR409799TBATBACD.2016.058CD.2016.058Guaranteed client a work permit and failed to notify client he would have to pass a trade program examination; failed to provide a retainer agreement.

 
Robin EdohR410167TBATBACD.2016.357CD.2016.357Facilitated a marriage of convenience and deceived client by adding dependent children to sponsorship application without client's consent and knowledge; failed to provide signed retainer agreement

 
Rosalinda OngR416759TBATBA CD.2016.381CD.2016.381Failed to respond to or update the client regarding PEIPNP program; failed to honour cancellation request or provide refund according to retainer terms.
Rounak Farrokhi KoukiaR410615Hearing by VideoconferenceOral Adjudication: November 23 and 24, 2020.CD.2013.877CD.2013.877Failed to provide timely services and communicate with client; misappropriated funds required for client's appeal.
Rounak Farrokhi KoukiaR410615Hearing by VideoconferenceOral Adjudication: November 23 and 24, 2020.CD.2014.477CD.2014.477Took previous employer's confidential information and concealed that information was taken.
Rounak Farrokhi KoukiaR410615Hearing by VideoconferenceOral Adjudication: November 23 and 24, 2020.CD.2016.274CD.2016.274Failed to provide Retainer Agreement; continued to practice during suspension; forged the Client's signature on Use Representative Form.
Rupinder BatthR407671TBATBACD.2020.392CD.2020.392Charged with 48 counts of counselling misrepresentation under section 127 (a) of IRPA, 1 count of misrepresentation under 127 (b) of IRPA and 5 counts of counselling misrepresentation under section 126 of IRPA.
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2015.330CD.2015.330Misinformed client by advising her to enter Canada on the basis of an invalid job offer.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.334CD.2016.334Made derogatory, bullying and misleading remarks about the complainant in an online video.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.339CD.2016.339During election campaign sent emails to another member including false and misleading statements and threatening and abusive language.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.355CD.2016.355Made derogatory, misleading and unsubstantiated remarks about the complainant in online videos.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.358CD.2016.358During election campaign sent emails to another member including derogatory remarks about the ICCRC and its Board of Directors.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.362CD.2016.362At AGM, made unsubstantiated allegations against ICCRC and Board of Directors; acted unprofessionally and aggressively.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.365CD.2016.365Sent e-mails calling the complainant corrupt and incompetent; contravened Board Election Campaigning Regulation.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.369CD.2016.369Sent e-mails calling the complainant corrupt and incompetent; contravened Board Election Campaigning Regulation.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.380CD.2016.380Made unfounded and spurious allegations against the Complainant during election period.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.394CD.2016.394(Complaints filed by 29 individuals) Disrupted ICCRC AGM and made unsupported accusations against the ICCRC Board of Directors.

 
Ryan DeanR409631TBATBACD.2016.395CD.2016.395(Complaints filed by 29 individuals) During election period send e-mails to members making unsupported accusations against the ICCRC and its Board of Directors.

 
Ryan DeanR409631Hearing by Videoconference Urgent Motion for Interim Suspension: September 9, 2020.CD.2020.313CD.2020.313Attempted to unlawfully collect fees from licensed RCIC's and misinformed the public generally.
Sabri HassanR411791TBATBACD.2016.364CD.2016.364Submitted incomplete document; failed to provide contact information to CIC; missed CIC correspondence; failed to properly complete and follow-up on application status; failed to communicate; refused refund.
Sabri HassanR411791TBATBACD.2017.002CD.2017.002Failed to provide retainer; refused to provide copy of application requested by client; failed to respond to CIC request or notify client; failed to return client property after application refused.
Sharandeep MannR415175TBACase Management Conference: September 3, 2020, December 11, 2020.CD.2018.114CD.2018.114Charged clients $20,000 to $30,000 to procure employment; Employed clients directly contrary to closed WP and under conditions contrary to employment standards; withheld clients' passports; threatened clients with deportation and allowed clients' status to expire by failing to submit documentation in support of extension

 
Sharandeep MannR415175TBACase Management Conference: September 3, 2020, December 11, 2020.CD.2018.321CD.2018.321Failed to advise the client about her immigration status and communicate in a timely manner; failed to include accurate information about the client in the applications submitted on her behalf; advised the client that she could work while her study permit was valid even though she was not in school, by providing inaccurate or misleading information to the client about a Labour Market Impact Assessment, and by providing inaccurate or misleading information to the client about her immigration status; provided immigration consulting services to the cient without entering into a retainer agreement and/or without updating the retainer agreement.
Sigal BarakR407551TBATBA CD.2017.012CD.2017.012Falsely claimed client would be able to immigrate in 6 months; Failed to communicate, provide retainer, or do any work on file.
Sigal BarakR407551TBATBACD.2016.257CD.2016.257RCIC and/or her agents falsely claimed to be Canadian government officials; contacted applicants falsely claiming they had been short-listed for visas; after being given banking information attempted to extract funds from client accounts without authorization.
Sigal BarakR407551TBATBACD.2017.207CD.2017.207Misled client into believing they were eligible for EE Skilled Immigrant Program; failed to provide refund when client decided not to proceed; failed to communicate or provide retainer agreement; client misled by agent that RCIC was providing services; agent not registered.
Sumit SenR418703Written AdjudicationCase Management Conference: November 5, 2019, March 26, 2020; April 6, 2020; May 25, 2020. Discipline Hearing: October 15, 2020. CD.2016.277CD.2016.277Failed to submit applications on time; acted for both employer and client in LMIA process without consent; demanded large fee for LMIA to go to third party; charged prohibited fee for employment; cut off communication with client and provided no refund.
Sumit SenR418703Written AdjudicationCase Management Conference: November 5, 2019, March 26, 2020; April 6, 2020; May 25, 2020. Discipline Hearing: October 15, 2020. CD.2017.049CD.2017.049Misled client about eligibility; advised IELTS score was acceptable which was false; failed to respond to client communication; no proof application was ever submitted.
Sumit SenR418703Written AdjudicationCase Management Conference: November 5, 2019, March 26, 2020; April 6, 2020; May 25, 2020. Discipline Hearing: October 15, 2020.CD.2017.052CD.2017.052Failed to properly advise client; failed to notify client (employee) that Member was also representing employer in LMIA application; required client pay for employer's LMIA; restricted the client from communicating with employer; failed to file LMIA on client's behalf

 
Syed Afaq Hussain BukhariR507818TBATBACD.2016.116CD.2016.116Submitted fraudulent job offer that led to refusal.
Syed RahmanR506922TBACase Management Conference: September 30, 2020.CD.2016.336CD.2016.336Failed to properly advise the client; failed to provide Retainer Agreement and a refund; failed to communicate with client.
Thaer AbuelhaijaR406399TBATBACD.2017.202CD.2017.202Failed to properly review BOC; failed to provide full file on termination; responded to bad review breaching confidentiality revealing client’s personal information.
Vernal PinnockR417295TBATBA CD.2015.555CD.2015.555Failed to properly advise client of process to deal with criminal charge; H&C PR application refused for deemed admissibility regarding criminal charge.
Victoria Williams R421391TBATBA CD.2015.456CD.2015.456Failed to inform WP extension application refused leading to expiry of status; Applied for PR when client had no status.
Vidyut PrakashR417367Hearing by VideoconferenceCase Management Conferences: November 5, 2019; December 18, 2019; March 27, 2020. Discipline Hearing: January 25 and 26, 2021.CD.2016.028CD.2016.028Failed to properly advise the client; required client pay for employer's LMIA.
William Lenard HowieR508683TBACase Management Conference: October 23, 2020.CD.2017.039CD.2017.039Falsely informed the complainant's clients that the complainants was under investigation and misinformed the complainant's clients about the refund.
William Lenard HowieR508683TBACase Management Conference: October 23, 2020.CD.2017.126CD.2017.126Failed to stay up-to-date with respect to the requirements of the express entry program and failed to provide a refund.
Wissam QitaR511653TBATBACD.2018.162 et. al.CD.2018.162 et. al.the Member was charged with a Criminal offence. the Member had refugees fund the costs of their own settlement, contrary to the intention of the program.

 
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2018.264 CD.2018.264 Counseled the client to misrepresent his marital status; failed to advise the client that he did not qualify for WP; failed to communicate with the client and failed to seek consent to withdraw WP application.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.031CD.2019.031 Failed to register with the Registre Québecois Consultants en Immigration Reconnus; failed to register an agent with ICCRC; failed to communicate with client ; misled the client regarding the status of his PR application.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.095CD.2019.095Misled client about application requierements; failed to provide the client with a full refund.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.135CD.2019.135Charged the client for employment; failed to disclose the confilct of interest; misrepresented the description, remuneration and nature of the supervisor position to the client and to the AINP; advised the client to misrepresent the number of employees working at FG to the AINP officer.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.145CD.2019.145Charged the client for employment; failed to render receipt for fees; failed to disclose the conflict of interest; misrepresented the description, renumeration and nature of the supervisor position at Iruka to the client and to the AINP; failed to inform the client about the need to attend an in-person interview; failed to prominently display the name that she has registered with the ICCRC in her advertisements.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.170CD.2019.170Failed to advise the client about the specific qualifications for the AINP application; charged the client for employment; threatened the client; forced the client to enter into an Acknowledgement of Debt.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.222CD.2019.222Failed to render receipt for fees; failed to disclose the conflict of interest; charged for employment; misrepresented the description, renumeration and nature of the supervisor position at FG to the client and to the AINP; counselled the client to misrepresent to the AINP officer materials facts.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.281CD.2019.281Charged the client for employment; failed to disclose the conflict of interest; misrepresented the description, renumeration and nature of the supervisor position at LBW to the client and to the AINP; advised the client to mislead an AINP officer.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.332CD.2019.332Misrepresented the client's employment history and language skills, pressured the client to enter into a share purchase agreement; forced the client to enter into an Acknowledgement of Debt; mislead an AINP officer; failed to respond to the Procedural Fairness Request; failed to diclose conflict of interest; coerced the client into entering a loan agreement.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.344CD.2019.344Charged the client for employment; failed to disclose the conflict of interest; failed to return personal property to the client; failed to communicate with the client adequately and promptly.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.352CD.2019.352Failed to provide the client with with an invoice or statement of account; charged the client for employment; failed to disclose the confilct of interest; misrepresented the client's job duties and work history in the AINP application.
Yan ChiR509252TBACase Management Conference: August 6, 2020CD.2019.355CD.2019.355Failed to provide the client with with an invoice or statement of account; charged the client for employment; failed to disclose the confilct of interest; misrepresented the client's job duties in the application.
Young BaeR407311TBATBA CD.2016.121CD.2016.121Misrepresented the nature of client’s employment for WP extension; Client’s later PR application rejected by CIC based on RCIC’s misrepresentation.

 

 

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