700 Indian Students face Deportation due to THIS Reason

Sword hanging on the future of 700 Indian students, Canada Border Security Agency ordered to leave the country

In a shocking turn of events, the future of 700 Indian students studying in Canada hangs in the balance as the Canada Border Security Agency has issued orders for their departure.

The agency has discovered that the documents presented by these students are counterfeit, leading to a severe crisis.

According to reports from Punjab, the Canada Border Security Agency has dealt a significant blow to Indian students pursuing their education in Canada.

Notices of deportation have been served to 700 Indian students, instructing them to leave the country within a few days. This incident marks the first instance of educational fraud of this magnitude in Canada.

The truth came to light when these students applied for Permanent Residency (PR). It was during the investigation into their PR applications that their documents were found to be fake.

Astonishingly, these students had not only obtained visas but also secured admission to Canadian colleges based on these fraudulent documents.

The mastermind behind this education fraud is Brijesh Mishra, the operator of Education Migration Service Agency. All 700 students had applied for study visas through Mishra’s agency, each paying a sum of Rs 16 lakh.

Mishra shrewdly orchestrated the scheme by getting the students to sign all the necessary documents while abstaining from signing them himself.

Consequently, Canadian agencies refuse to acknowledge these documents, leaving the students caught in a web of deceit. The students, however, claim to be oblivious to Mishra’s fraudulent activities.

Further investigation revealed that the admission offer letters provided to these students are approximately five years old.

These letters were issued when the students were sent to Canada for their studies during the 2018-19 academic year.

The revelation of their outdated admission offer letters came to light when the students applied for PR after completing their studies.

As a result, the future of these 700 students is now in jeopardy, as they face the consequences of this unfortunate situation.

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