The generation of synthetic data is useful in multiple aspects, from testing applications to benchmarking to privacy preservation. Generating the links between relations, subject to cardinality constraints (CCs) and integrity constraints (ICs) is an important aspect of this problem. Given instances of two relations, where one has a foreign key dependence on the other and is missing its foreign key (FK) values, and two types of constraints. (1) CCs that apply to the join view and (2) ICs that apply to the table with missing FK values, our goal is to impute the missing FK values such that the constraints are satisfied. We provide a novel framework for the problem based on declarative CCs and ICs. We further show that the problem is NP-hard and propose a novel two-phase solution that guarantees the satisfaction of the ICs. Phase I yields an intermediate solution accounting for the CCs alone, and relies on a hybrid approach based on CC types. For one type, the problem is modeled as an Integer Linear Program. For the others, we describe an efficient and accurate solution. We then combine the two solutions. Phase II augments this solution by incorporating the ICs and uses a coloring of the conflict hypergraph to infer the values of the FK column. Our extensive experimental study shows that our solution scales well when the data and number of constraints increases. We further show that our solution maintains low error rates for the CCs.