Canada Immigration Fraud
Is a representative telling you he can guarantee your application will be approved? He can even fast-track it? No one can guarantee these things: protect yourself from fraud.
Read also Canada Immigration Scam Alert
Transcript: “Protect yourself against fraud”
Video length: 42 seconds
Light upbeat piano music plays.
Animated video appears against a blue background.
A man in a suit waves.
Text displays: “This man says that he’ll fast-track your immigration application”.
A stack of papers appears, gets larger then smaller.
A smiling, celebratory looking woman joins him.
Text displays in speech bubble above the man: “I guarantee your application will be approved 100%!”
An office desk, a briefcase full of cash and a stack of papers appears around them. Two cash bills appear on the wall.
Text displays beside 5 thought bubbles containing question marks: “ASK YOURSELF: Is this too good to be true?”
A frustrated looking woman stands atop one of several stacks of paper.
Text displays: “It probably is. No one can guarantee your application will be approved.”
Text displays: “IF YOU DECIDE TO HIRE A REPRESENTATIVE – ALWAYS USE AN AUTHORIZED IMMIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP REPRESENTATIVE”.
A laptop displaying a Government of Canada website appears.
Text displays: “Learn more at Canada.ca/immigration-representative”.
Fade to white
The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada corporate signature and the copyright message “Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, 2017” are displayed followed by the Canada wordmark.
IRCC formerly CIC is Cracking down on immigration fraud
Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC formerly CIC) is working with its partners to crack down on immigration fraud.
IRCC partners include: