I work for a Settlement Organization that helps immigrants and refugees. I received an email from someone in India. He wanted to know whether the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and offer of immigration eligibility was indeed legitimate. The documents that were allegedly from the Frank Stronach Family Real Estates company were clearly not associated with that company. He also sent documents that were allegedly from the Government of Canada. There were so many red flags on these documents:1. The LMIA came with a border that looked like it was made using an ancient version of Microsoft Word2. The contact numbers for Mr FRANK STRONACH both come up as possible scam numbers on Google3. The Canadian flag logo is blurry and looks like it came from a low quality GIF4. There is something called an "Opinion Expiry Date"5. They included the names of other "New Employees (First Batch)", which would never happen as it is a breach of confidentiality6. They say the position is for Engineering but that the occupation is not regulated7. There are minor punctuation and grammatical errors8. They ask for an immediate payment of $1542 CAD for a work permit9. The email address for the "Canadian Immigration Home Office" ends with -immi-gc.com to make it mimic an official Government of Canada email address10. The phone number for the "Canadian Immigration Home Office" starts with "+91-"I could go on and on.I don’t know who else to report this scam to, or what else I can do about it. This fraud targets vulnerable populations and must be stopped.Thank you for your time.