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Immigrants face more fraud as Canada increases the immigration levels

Canada is welcoming a large number of immigrants this year, and fraudsters are taking advantage of this opportunity. They use various tactics such as phishing emails, phone calls, fake immigration websites, and offering job offers for a fee. To avoid these scams, prospective immigrants are advised to be careful when entering private information online and only give out personal information if they know whom they are dealing with. No official Canadian immigration office asks for payment through email or phone, and special deals for immigration are false.

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