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Main Office: Ontario Canada

Allied Employment & Immigration Services
55 Town Centre Crt, Unit 700, Scarborough ON
M1P 4X4 Canada

Tel: +1(416)290-5763

Tel: +1(647)830-5763


Cesar Acuna Email add:

Rhoda Duclayan Email add:

SKYPE ID: join.allied




  • ALLIED Referring Agent shall not charge any additional undisclosed fee to the client or any other individual without knowledge or approval of Allied.
  • The Referring Agent shall not provide a Retainer Agreement to the client, the agreement should be provided by Allied or Allied's counsel.
  • The Referring Agent shall not be charged any fee (placement fee, service fee, professional fee, processing fee, consulting fee, Assistance fee etc.) to the client in consideration of being an applicant under the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Foreign Contract Worker Program, Arranged Employment, Study Permit or Temporary Resident Permit.
  • Any action taken by the Referring Agent, which crosses the boundaries of the law of the land in any countries, will be the sole responsibility of the Referring Agent and Allied will not be responsible for any of consequences arising from such actions and will not be part to any legal suit.

Reporting fraud/fake agent /our agent who are charging a fee.

If you suspect a person who are using our company, let us know. We take reports of fraud very seriously.

Please provide as much information as you can about the person you're reporting, including:

  • name
  • address (including city and country)
  • why you believe this person is providing assistance and charge a fee fraudulently using our company.

We encourage you to email us at or to report a suspected case of fraud or unauthorized representation.


- ALLIED Immigration Services is Immigration consultancy firm and NOT a recruitment agency: 02/03/2017
Difference between Immigration Consultancy Firm and Recruitment Agency.
The role of an immigration consultant is to consult and assist people who would like to come to Canada as immigrants, working, tourist or  under Study permit – or after becoming permanent  residents, [to  become]  citizens – to guide them through the law, the  regulation and  the  complex system of immigration in Canada. (Allied cannot be involved in recruitment and placement activities or influence the Canadian employer).
Recruiters will work by soliciting individuals qualified for job positions. A recruiter's job is placing candidates in agreeable employment positions local or abroad. They are responsible for matching job requirements with possible  personnel, conducting extensive research based on the position needs,  and interacting with employers and prospective candidates.

-Choosing a representative, a consultant or a lawyer (from Immigration Canada website): 11/06/2015

If you do decide to hire a representative, choose carefully:

  • Ask someone you trust to recommend someone;
  • Talk to several representatives before you decide which one to hire; check references and find out how long they have been in business;
  • Make sure you understand exactly what services they will provide, and how much they will charge you. Get this information in writing.
  • Make sure they are authorized by the Government of Canada.

The only people authorized by the Government of Canada to charge a fee to represent or advise you on immigration, refugee and citizenship matters are:

  • lawyers and paralegals who are members in good standing of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society;
  • notaries who are members in good standing of the Chambre des notaires du Québec; and
  • citizenship or immigration consultants who are members in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.

The Government of Canada will not deal with unauthorized representatives who charge a fee for their services.