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Canada deportation: Jalandhar travel agent was previously arrested 10 years ago for faking documents

by The Canadian Parvasi

The around 700 Indian students who are now reportedly facing deportation from Canada are said to have employed the services of a Jalandhar-based migration consultancy firm, according to the Jalandhar administration.
Following the discovery of fraudulent admission offer letters from an Ontario-based public college, the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) reportedly sent deportation notices to over 700 Indian students.
The students reportedly facing the threat of deportation had applied for their student visas to Canada through Education Migration Services, a firm co-owned by Brijesh Mishra, according to media outlets.

In 2013, authorities reportedly conducted a raid at the business he was managing at the time, called “Easy Way Immigration Consultancy,” seizing cash and passports. The corporation had been “struck off,” according to its present status.

Supposedly hailing from Bihar, Mishra allegedly began the consultancy firm in 2014, just a year after he was arrested on suspicion of faking paperwork to send students abroad, media reports added further.

Mishra has apparently not been seen in his office for a number of months. Furthermore, the Education Migration Services website has also been taken down, media reports suggest.

According to the Police, Mishra would state to students wishing to study in Canada that he had obtained offer letters from Humber College in Toronto, charging over Rs 16 lakh per student for the fees, excluding the air tickets and security deposits.

The offer letters he would produce in front of potential students were allegedly fake, and on arrival to Canada, students were reportedly told that their admission had been cancelled. Mishra would then instruct the students to take admissions in other colleges, ‘refunding’ their fees but retaining Rs 5-6 lakh per student as commission, according to media reports.

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