Students file lawsuit against Solomon, immigration consultant

May 18, 2018

About a dozen students have launched a class-action lawsuit against Solomon College and immigration consultant Amarjot Singh for misleading claims around the college’s ability to qualify them for a postsecondary federal post-graduate work permit. Alberta Ministry of Advanced Education Press Secretary Samantha Power explained that the programs in question at Solomon, as well as degree programs through other private vocational college, are not eligible for federal post-graduate work permits. “We make no promises to our students about our ability to procure work permits as a result of registering in anyone of our educational programs,” reads a statement issued by Solomon program director Ping Ping Lee. “This would be unethical and inconsistent with our primary role as an education provider.” CBC