CBSA arrests, lays charges against Indian education agent involved in international admissions scandal


The Canada Border Services Agency have reportedly arrested Brijesh Mishra, an Indian education agent who is reportedly connected to the recent international student admissions scandal. Five charges have been laid against Mishra under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, including charges related to offering immigration advice without a license and counselling a person to misrepresent or withhold information from authorities. Mishra was reportedly arrested while attempting to enter Canada. “Our officers worked diligently to investigate these offences and we will continue to do our best to ensure those who break our laws are held accountable,” stated Nina Patel, Regional Director General of the CBSA Pacific Region.

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