Misrepresentation in immigration documents can lead to a person being deemed inadmissible to Canada. Misrepresentation and ban cases are rising and becoming more common.
If you or a loved one has received a letter for misrepresentation, it is advisable to immediately get in touch with an experienced Canadian immigration lawyer to deal with it.
Many people are unaware that being found inadmissible to Canada can also lead to them being barred from entering Canada for the next 5 years. This article will share the most important elements that you should know about misrepresentation and ban cases.
Misrepresentation happens when incomplete, inaccurate, inconsistent information or documents are provided for immigration purposes to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
Any attempt to lie or provide false information to these Canadian authorities is deemed to be a fraud. It includes but is not limited to providing inaccurate documentation in:
Any information is given verbally or in immigration interviews is also deemed to be a misrepresentation. Here are few activities that may be termed as misrepresentation, including but not limited to:
According to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), any foreign national or a Canadian permanent resident can be found guilty of misrepresentation for many reasons, including but not limited to:
When any person knowingly or unknowingly provides incorrect documentation or information, the IRCC can take multiple steps, including but not limited to:
If an individual is found to have misrepresented information, all his dependent family members can also be termed inadmissible and banned from entering Canada for the next 5 years.
It is important to understand any mistake can have grave immigration and legal consequences. In any misrepresentation case, getting a knowledgeable Canadian immigration lawyer on your side can surely help. With their professional legal guidance, you can be aware of the diverse options that are available to you to make an informed decision.
Did you receive a Procedural Fairness Letter (PFL)? The best thing to do is to get in touch with a professional immigration lawyer who can help you resolve this situation. They can help you craft a compelling response letter and include all necessary documentation to give a detailed response.
Any misrepresentation findings are significant, and it is important to take care of them swiftly.
If you were found to have misrepresented yourself in an application to enter Canada, IRCC provides an opportunity to respond in a Procedural Fairness letter. The Procedural Fairness letter states the timeline, mode, and delivery in which the response needs to be provided.
The moment you receive a PFL, contact skilled Canadian immigration lawyers to represent you and select the next course of action. Not addressing the misrepresentation allegations can have unintended and significant consequences.
Any misrepresentation development can significantly affect your interactions with Employment Development and Skills Canada (ESDC), IRCC, and CBSA.
Having qualified legal professionals by your side can help you address the misrepresentation allegations quickly and effectively.
At Nanda & Associate Lawyers, we have gained experience in helping people who have received IAD appeals, Federal court decisions, Procedural Fairness Letters, or refused applications.
Our experienced immigration lawyers will work with you to create consistent and accurate documentation to effectively remove any misrepresentation trace. In addition, to defend existing allegations, our lawyers can help you understand the possible options available to you along with their implications.
We have a capable team of immigration lawyers and allied legal professionals adept in representing diverse clients at all levels of the legal process, including but not limited to the Federal Court, Immigration Division, and the Immigration Appeal Division.
Have questions about misrepresentation or ban cases? Call us today to schedule a no-obligation free consultation with skilled Canadian Immigration Lawyers and Immigration Consultants who can help you manage these complex legal situations successfully.
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