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The number of people and students who are going abroad has increased over the years. A recent survey found that the numbers reached an all-time high in recent times. As a result, the waiting time for Visa appointments increased exponentially. Earlier aspirants used to focus only on the land of opportunities, America.
Due to various reasons like the Dollar rate and growing attacks on Indians, people started focusing on other nations like Australia, Canada, and others. Looking at the craze for foreign nationals, fraudsters are encashing the craze and cheating innocent people.
One such incident came to light where hundreds of students were found to have fake documents. All the students are Indians and would be deported back to India. As the documents the students are holding are fake, the Border Security agency served deportation notices to students as per the reports.
The incident was allegedly reported from Canada. Around 700 students who got their visas from a Jalandhar-based Education Migration Services were identified by the Canada Border Security Agency. After some of them applied for permanent residency, the alleged fake documents scam came to light.
On top of this, it is also alleged that the students are carrying admission letters from educational institutions that are generated by false means. So the documents are fake and hold no legal ground.
The media reports say that the students who got visas from Jalandhar-based Migration services shelled out big money and they allegedly paid Rs 16 lakh per head. Based on the information, the head of the Migration services was found as Brijesh Mishra. Further investigation is going on and further details are awaited.