Canada’s Immigration Ministry is dedicating the month of March to highlighting the risks of fraud as part of a government-wide education campaign on the issue.
In a statement, Canada’s Immigration Minister, Ahmed Hussen, said Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will undertake a number of activities to promote awareness on topics like immigration scams and fraudulent websites and how to choose an immigration or citizenship consultant.
“As this important month of awareness kicks off, it’s an opportune time for all of us to keep in mind the many ways we can protect ourselves against immigration and citizenship fraud and scams,” Hussen said.
He offered the following examples of things all immigration candidates should keep in mind:
To learn more about where to report scams and how to make sure an immigration or citizenship representative is authorized, visit Canada.ca/immigration-fraud.
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