Brijesh Mishra is scheduled to return to court in Vancouver on Aug. 25
Two Ontario women who spent thousands of dollars and several years studying and working in Canada are among leaders of a permanent
Federal organizations, including the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants and the RCMP, are conducting an international awareness campaign.
Based on hearing transcripts and a lawyer who represents 36 impacted students, NCM details the scam and how cases are being handled.
The campaign includes Canadian foreign missions that will coordinate with partners overseas to increase awareness of how people can protect themselves.
The lawyers have a vested interest in suggesting a relationship in which consultants are subordinate to them, says the Canadian Association of
“Self-regulation by immigration consultants has not worked and will fail to protect the vulnerable public” - Canadian Immigration Lawyers Association.
We decided to examine the social media debates about the Québec mosque shooting, so we collected 18,533 tweets from Jan. 30 to
They are but just one case in the increasing number of fraudsters preying on Indians wanting to study or seek a new