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Hi, this is Michael Niren, Immigration Lawyer and founder of visaplace.com. A lot is being said about avoiding being a victim of immigration fraud. Immigration fraud is an ongoing problem world-wide; individuals holding themselves out to be legal representatives for people to assist them with their immigration applications.
Well, the Canadian government has issued a memo about warning people to avoid immigration fraud. It was published in
March of 2014. It is obviously a problem. My tips for avoiding immigration fraud are as follows.
Those are some quick tips. Of course, there are no guarantees. Cases sometimes are very difficult to process even if you hire a good lawyer or a good consultant but at least that’s a start. So hopefully this helped you. Have a great day!
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