Misrepresentation in Canada
Lying or sending false information or documents to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is a criminal offence . This is a scam. The term “misrepresentation” applies. In Canada, when someone provides incorrect or inaccurate information to the Canadian government or any other legal authorial body, it can classify as misrepresentation.
When an applicant fails to provide all and accurate information for their application, it classifies as misrepresentation. When they misrepresent or suppress pertinent details in their application that might or have caused an inaccuracy in the government of Canada’s immigration laws, they may be declared inadmissible to Canada due to misrepresentation. This is still classified as misrepresentation regardless of whether it was done knowingly or accidentally. Furthermore, if an applicant commits a case of misrepresentation, there is a 5-year bar for a said person on entering or applying for entry into Canada.
The use of fictitious or manipulated documents, such as:
What to do when you are considered inadmissible:
Really, If you are inadmissible, you have said a 5-year ban on any action towards entering Canada, so the only real courses of action are either, a TRP or an H&C Consideration.
For a TRP, you can try and apply for a TRP to enter Canada, however, this will only be possible if your circumstances are understandable and correct. A TRP will only be accepted under justified circumstances which mean you MUST enter Canada. However, if you are trying to apply for permanent residency, you may be able to file an H&C consideration.