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Immigration Consultant: Arrojado and Immigration

immigration consultant: Korean workers in some Winnipeg sushi restaurants coerced into handing over part of pay to employers Winnipeg man uses ties to Russian Cultural Association to defraud clients court documents The alleged offences took place from August 2007 to April 2016, according to CBC. The agency alleges Arrojado acted as an immigration consultant without a licence and misrepresented himself in front of the immigration appeal division of the Immigration and Refugee Board. The Canada Border Services Agency has laid three charges against Alfredo Fred Arrojado, 66, for allegedly misrepresenting himself in order to bring immigrants to Manitoba. Arrojado is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 27. In 2016, the CBSA charged Hae Suk Yoon with five offences for allegedly illegally supplying immigrant workers to local sushi restaurants, some of whom were coerced into giving back part of their paycheques to their employers. This is not the first time the CBSA has charged someone in Winnipeg with acting as an unlicensed immigration consultant. ( As reported in the news.