Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Thank you to Mr. Orr and the entire team for coming in and advising us on this important issue.
It just so happens that overnight somebody sent me a very touching video from B.C. regarding a crooked consultant. It comes from somebody named Sandeep Powar. He's talking about one of the guys who has dealt with a crooked consultant—I think that's probably the right word—and who made a contract for $10,000 cash. He was told the immigration would get him a job and as soon as he got the job he would process it. The $10,000 was given—he has all the receipts—and he videotaped the consultant as well. Then the consultant told him that he failed his medical in India and he needed to go back to India to get his medical done. It's all in the video. I wish I could play it, but you can't see it.... While he was in India, he was told that he needed to pay another $3,000. He sold his house or something and sent another $3,000. As soon as he arrived back, he was told the consultant ran out of money, to bring some more money. For poor people, a lot of poor people, we hear this every single day.
He threatened to go to the police and the immigration department and was told, “If you do something like that, you know what we're going to do with you.” It is a very touching video. He's talking about what to do with his life. He sold everything. He has nothing left.
By the way, he is giving us some east-west immigration consultant in B.C., in Abbotsford somewhere. The guy's name, the number, the whole thing is in the video.
What do you do with this sort of situation? How can I advise this individual? What can I say to him? What can be done for both sides? What would we do for this crooked consultant? What can I say to the guy who is asking me for help? What help can I give this individual? Who can I send this video to, please? Can I send it to you, to somebody here?