Fifteen clients of fraudulent immigration scheme now kicked out of Canada

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Fifteen former clients of an imprisoned B.C. immigration consultant have now been deported to China. And the failed appeals by two women who fought to remain in Canada provide a rare glimpse into the illegal tactics used to carry out what has been labelled as the biggest immigration scam in B.C. history.

Immigrants among 1,200 clients of Xun “Sunny” Wang

Immigration Appeal Division transcripts obtained by CBC News detail lies and deceptions that include one immigrant pretending to attend university in B.C. while actually obtaining an education outside the country. Another fraudulently claimed to work for a fictitious B.C.-based company while in fact living in China. They were among 1,200 clients of Xun “Sunny” Wang and his now defunct companies New Can Consultants and Wellong International Investments. Wang is serving seven years in prison for immigration fraud. 

Read the full story at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.