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March marks Fraud Prevention Month in Canada

The Government of Canada is devoted to creating awareness and encouraging citizens to take proactive steps toward recognizing, avoiding, and reporting potential fraud cases. To maintain a safe and secure immigration process, IRCC has provided clear directions to prevent the possibility of any fraudulent activity. According to the guidelines, new immigrants should know they do not need an immigration representative to accept their application. Applicants who receive help from an immigration consultant should ensure they work with licensed Citizenship Consultants. The Government of Canada also warned that IRCC employees never contact applicants or ask for payment to avoid arrest or deportation.

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