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700 Indian Students Receive Misrepresentation Letters from Canada

The students' only option is to challenge the deportation notices in court, where proceedings could last 3 to 4 years.

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After offer letters to educational institutions were found fake, 700 Indian students received misrepresentation letters from the Canadian Border Security Agency (CBSA).

Reportedly, 700 students who applied for study visas via Education Migration Services located in Jalandhar, headed by Brijesh Mishra received a deportation letter. Mishra has been accused of charging the students 16-20 lacs for all expenses including an admission fee to Humber College and excluding the air tickets and security deposits.

A student has claimed that upon their arrival in the country, they were told about the seats being filled and that the students will have to wait 6 months till the next semester. Allegedly, the students received their fees back, enrolled for the next semester, completed their education, gained work experience, and applied for permanent residency.

Upon the scrutinization of the documents by the CBSA, it was found that the offer letter upon which, the students were granted visas, was fake. Henceforth, deportation notices were issued to all the students.

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The CBSA also refused to accept the failure of the Canadian visa and airport authorities who issued visas and allowed them to enter by verifying the authenticity of all documents.

The students’ only option is to challenge the deportation notices in court, where proceedings could last 3 to 4 years. It is common knowledge that hiring Canadian lawyers is an expensive proposition.

When the parents of cheated students attempted to contact the agent in Jalandhar repeatedly, his office was found to be constantly locked.

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