Immigration fraud

The latest in the myriad of fraudulent activities relating to immigration is the Calgary case.

We have this fraudulent practices in marriages, as well as in Citizenship.

Perhaps this Calgary incident has a new dimension, in the sense that the victim is already lawfully resident in Canada, and dispossessed of her properties by the head of an agency that is supposed to defend her.

It’s about time foreign students, resident in Canada realize that the CIC website, CIC offices, are robust and will answer nearly all immigration questions or will direct you to where to obtain correct and current answers.

Will this be the end?

I doubt, as there are not enough publicity to this shameful act of exploitation.

Anthony Fajobi
Immigration Program Student at Ashton College
under the tutelage of Jose Godoy Toku

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