Immigration fraud, Canada's forever war

Although new laws aim to prevent marriage fraud, the problem of monitoring those individuals who have slipped through the cracks remains a challenge.

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Sam Benet, identified as the president of Canadians Against Immigration Fraud, speaks on Oct. 26, 2012, as former immigration minister Jason Kenney, now the employment and social development minister, looks on. Mr. Kenney was announcing a two-year conditional permanent residence period in Mississauga, Ont.
Khanh Vu Duc
Published: Monday, 10/07/2013 9:41 pm EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 10/09/2013 11:16 am EDT

It was not a numbers game, but the numbers themselves were revealing.

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