Detecting marriage fraud in Canada called ‘racist and offensive’

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According to a leaked training guide meant to help immigration officials detect marriage fraud, the Victoria, B.C., couple’s marriage would have raised a bunch of red flags as a “non-genuine” relationship. Ostensible warning signs that it’s a sham marriage include: Chinese marrying non-Chinese, small wedding receptions, an uneducated Canadian with a low-paying job or on welfare trying to sponsor a foreign spouse.

Sham marriages warning signs

Toronto lawyer Avvy Go said the training module confirms her suspicions that there are inherent class and culture biases within the immigration department.

Read the full article at The Hamilton Spectator.