It is a criminal offence in case if an applicant has provided false information in his/her immigration application.
The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) sets out that a foreign national or permanent resident can be found to have misrepresented for many reasons some of which include the following:
It is a serious crime in Canada to represent false documents/information, statements in an application/interview to Immigration and IRCC officer. No tampering is permitted with the following documents:
If you send false documents/information, the embassy will refuse your application. The Embassy may also take the below steps:
Section 40 of the IRPA does not affect Canadian citizens. However, if the misrepresentation had occurred when they were applying for citizenship or when they were applying for permanent residency, they could lose their Canadian citizenship under section 10 of the Citizenship Act.
If an officer considers you inadmissible to Canada due to misrepresentation, you might have limited options. Contact us in case you require any assistance with respect to misrepresentation.
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