Sunday, July 21, 2024

Mishra: Fake Confession: Jalandhar Immigration Consultant Prerigrish Mishra arrested in Canada


Bathinda: Immigration Consultant Brijesh Mishrawho had an office in Jalandhar, was arrested by the Canadian authorities on charges of providing immigration advice without a license and withholding information from the authorities.
Accused of issuing fake acceptance letter from different colleges in Canada For many students in India, Brigish The fee is collected by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). A number of international students, mostly from Punjab, named Brijesh and other immigration agents to deceive them by submitting fraudulent offer letters for admission to various colleges in Canada.
Students admitted to such fraudulent letters face deportation fears from Canada. The Canadian government paused deportations after the students protested for 18 days.
Lovepreet Singh was the first to have his deportation ordered on June 13, but even that has been delayed for the time being.
Harjit Kaur Sidhu, another student from Canada, said Brijesh deceived her and several others by providing fraudulent offer letters. She said, “He is at the center of the fake acceptance letters scandal and should be punished with the harshest possible penalty for playing with students’ lives.”
Only attorneys and consultants licensed and registered with the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants may legally provide immigration advice and services for a fee. Neither the Law Society of Ontario nor the College of Counselors show any records on their websites indicating that Mishra was a member.
While staging nightly protests outside the CBSA office in Mississauga, the students claimed they were unaware of the fraud committed and only found out when they applied for graduate studies or work permits.
After the leader of the NDP Jagmeet Singh Raising the issue in the Canadian Parliament, PM Justin Trudeau Emphasize that staff will examine each case and determine whether individual students are complicit in defrauding the system.