Unauthorized Practitioner

K. Khan & Company Immigration Counsellors Ltd.

Other names: Khan, Mumtaz Ali

Mumtaz Ali Khan and M. Khan and Co. Immigration Counsellors Ltd., of Surrey, BC, consented to an order entered January 30, 2018, prohibiting them from engaging in the practice of law, representing themselves as lawyers or a law firm, and from commencing, prosecuting or defending proceedings in court. In its petition, the Law Society alleged that Khan offered and prepared court documents for divorce proceedings for a fee, and wrongfully represented himself as capable and qualified to do so. As a term of the order, Khan and the company were required to repay the $2,500 the company received to perform the divorce services. The order does not prohibit Khan or the company from performing immigration services pursuant to the federal immigration statutes as long as he remains a licensed immigration consultant.

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