Protect yourself from immigration fraud !

It is very important for every immigration aspirant to understand that Canada immigration is a legal process and there is no fast track or shortcut to achieve success. The process takes its own time and is controlled by the Canadian government immigration department. Most of the clients who get stuck with fake and Canada Immigration Fraud Consultants are for the following reasons –

  • They Guarantee success
  • The promises made are amazing and the offer is too good
  • The process looks extremely easy and a workaround is there for every issue
  • They guarantee job interviews
  • They guarantee a high paying job, free home, free food etc…
  • You receive an offer letter without any interview
  • They will provide an amazing job offer that was irresistible
  • They offer help in getting higher scores by arranging degrees, qualifications for you
  • They offer making fake work experience
  • They advise of a program that requires extremely low or no IELTS score
  • If they are asking for personal and banking information
  • Website is a replica of the government website
  • The details were sent to you from a suspicious Email ID and no relation with the website domain.
  • They offered marriage, adoption, relative documentation related fraud
  • They suggest or encourage you to give false information in your application.
  • If they offer immigration by routing your trip via a different country.

Avoid immigration scams

  • Choose only RCIC (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants) consultants for your immigration process. These consultants are licensed and have valid credentials to process your application.
  • If you are dealing with a regulated consultant, they will provide you with a legal agreement that describes all details; including immigration options, scope, fee etc. You have the right to ask for a legal agreement to process your application if an agreement is not drafted.
  • Immigration websites do not offer elaborate deals such as guaranteed Canadian visa, work permits, free air tickets, accommodation, scholarships or high-paying jobs. If any agency displays such advertisements, they are looking to scam potential victims.
  • Numerous fraudulent websites appear as the official immigration website of Canada. The only legitimate website of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is
  • Canadian immigration websites never ask for any fees or money. All forms and applications are free to access from the website.
  • Do not submit any false documents for the sake of completing your immigration process quickly. It will only result in the rejection of your application.
  • Verify the legitimacy of your immigration consultant before you proceed with your application. You can check the status of your consultant at the official website
  • There is no compulsory requirement to hire an immigrant consultant to complete the immigration process. If you have knowledge, you may process on your own.
  • If it is too good to be true, there’s probably a “catch”. Each immigration category has specific criteria that you need to meet in order to apply for an immigration visa. If someone tells you an easy way to migrate without accessing your qualification, think twice – he/she might be scamming you.
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