Canada’s decision to expel hundreds of Indian students from the country

The Border Security Agency has ordered the Indian students admitted to Canada on the basis of fake documents to leave the country.

According to the World News Agency, 700 students applied for a study visa through a private institution in the Indian state of Punjab. The institution took more than 16 lakh rupees per student and entered the prestigious college called Humber Institute in Toronto. assured, which included the entry fee.

According to the report, the fraud came to light from students who went to Canada between 2018 and 2019 when they submitted their application for permanent residency, but most of them had already completed their education.

When the immigration authorities checked the admission offer letter given by the college, it was found that the visa was issued on the basis of a fake letter. According to experts, this type of fraud has come to light for the first time.

According to the report, the students who were given the offer letters did not get their degree from there, were transferred to other colleges or were asked to wait till the next semester while some other information was provided in the visa application. were

According to experts, some agents take advantage of students who want to go to Canada and issue them fraudulent visas.

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