Clients of convicted immigration consultant facing deportation for lying

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One by one, many of the 1,200 former clients of an unlicensed Richmond, B.C., immigration consultant are getting the bad news — they’re no longer welcome in Canada because they lied. CBC News has learned 320 immigrants, who each paid thousands of dollars to New Can Consulting and owner Xun (Sunny) Wang, are now facing deportation to China.

Filing fraudulent immigration applications

One year ago, Wang, 47, was convicted of one of the biggest immigration scams in Canadian history — making $10 million by filing fraudulent immigration applications for his clients. In one of his ploys, Wang falsely used his own home in Richmond as an address for 114 of his clients who didn’t live in Canada. 

Read the full article at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.