Divulgation des constatations d'actes répréhensibles




Soumis par Richard pardo le mer 25/07/2018 - 21:32

i work for this company Dave Doyle installation office furniture. for more than 3years.in 2007 i involved in a collision with a motor bike.they went to a court. i take for how many months. the police officer charge me for no driver licence-speeding.when the court is finished the judge give only for a wrong left turn.i pay $400.00 and is done.now my ex-company DDI want $140.000.00 from me.


Soumis par mohammed azad Hossain le mar 18/12/2018 - 16:40

Sir, i need work permit visa, now work Saudi Arabia, nationality Bangladeshi , l lot love Canada ,my dream country Canada .


Soumis par open-ouvert le ven 04/01/2019 - 20:24

Hello Mohammed,

This comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, including historic statistics on immigration and visa applications, but we do not deal with these services directly.

You can go to the following website to learn more about immigration:

Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/apply.asp

You can email your local IRCC office for Saudi Arabia for direct help: riyadh.visa@international.gc.ca.

I hope this helps.

Warmest Regards,

The Open Government team


Soumis par Amelita Bayani le sam 09/02/2019 - 20:45

One of the officers at the CBSA Regina Saskatchewan were investigating my personal life and my company. Allegedly for collecting LMIA Exempt fees to applicants. This could give him the reason to investigate me, I will not elaborate about it. But could the investigator do such things like calling all the relatives of my prospective employees on the phone and email the prospective employees individually to the Philippines without spoken to me in person about the matter, I admit we talked on the phone but I'm one of those people who are not comfortable discussing personal matter on the phone. Due to this circumstance those people involved believe about the story. Until at least one of them passed this rumours to the Canadian Embassy Philippines. As the result, the foreign national applicants were all refused on the interview (but they were asked first to complete all the necessary documents like medical exam, police clearance, NBI, work permit fee were in fact it has been known they will be refused). Presently, I am being bullied, accused of fraud by these people and being threatened by posting this CBSA officer's calling card on my social media. My private and professional life is at risk.

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