Canadian Immigration Anti-Scam and Fraud Tip#2

Canadian Immigration Anti-Scam and Fraud Tip#2
Giving false information or lying on your application is illegal. If you are dealing with an immigration service provider, and he or she is asking you to lie or provide false information on your application, then you are to blamed for that.

Substitution of names, or fraudulent job offers or filling false documents all fall under immigration fraud. So walk away when you are being asked to lie or give false information on your application.

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