Immigration minister promises “fair outcome” for Indian students who had fraudulent college admission letters


Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada Sean Fraser has reportedly promised that the group of Indian students who were found to have used fraudulent college admission letters from an education consultant in India to gain admittance to Canada will have a “fair outcome.” Fraser said in a tweet that “[w]e are actively pursuing a solution for [international] students who are facing uncertainty due to having been admitted to Canada with fraudulent college admission letters.” While Fraser did not clarify if deportation orders would be put on hold while the cases are resolved, he noted that there would be consequences for those who had “taken advantage” of international students. CBC reports that a group of international students have been protesting the deportation plans outside of a Canadian Border Service Agency in Mississauga for over a week.

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