How does it happen? And What Are The Consequences?
Misrepresentation happens when inaccurate or incomplete information is provided to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). Once an applicant misrepresented themselves, the opportunity to respond will be given by IRCC. It is very important to be aware of the timeline given by IRCC as well as the response itself. The consequences to a misrepresentation could be very severe such as being banned from Canada for 5 years. Please contact us immediately for assistance, as time plays a significant factor in situation like these.
A Visa For You Immigration specialist will be in the best position to help you determine if you can apply under this program. Please complete our Immigration Assessment Form to find out from one of our immigration specialists if you would qualify under this program.