Three sentenced in B.C.’s biggest immigration scam

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Three former immigration consultants have received 18-month sentences and will have to pay large fines for their roles in B.C.’s biggest-ever immigration fraud scheme.

Jin Ma, Wen Jiang and Ming Kun Wu were sentenced under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the Income Tax Act and the criminal code Tuesday afternoon in Vancouver.

The women are former employees of Xun Wang and had plead guilty to several charges including passport offences, misrepresentation, forgery and tax evasion.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.