June 8, 2008

Guaranteed Visas and Jobs in Canada!

If you are seeking immigration advice or trying your luck in getting a job offer from Canada and you get this kind of offer, think twice before giving them your personal information and much more giving them your hard earned money. It is probably a scam!

Like in the case of Omni Hotel Scam, the following are typically their too-good-to-be-true offers:
  • Guaranteed work permits!

  • Free scholarships!

  • High-paying jobs in Canada with minimal or no experience needed!

  • Free air tickets and accommodation!

  • Guaranteed employment!

  • SPECIAL programs!

  • Earn $4,000 a month as a hotel cleaner!

  • Don't be a victim of a scam. Here's a fraud warning notice from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

    The things you need to know:
  • Only visa officers at Canadian embassies can decide whether or not to issue a visa.

  • Immigration representatives cannot guarantee you will be issued a visa. No representative has special connections with government officials.

  • All forms and guides needed for you to apply for any type of visa are available for free on this website.

  • The Government of Canada will never ask you to deposit money into an individual’s personal bank accounts or to transfer money through a specific private money transfer company.

  • Processing fees are the same at all Canadian visa offices around the world.

  • The Government of Canada does not use commercial e-mail addresses. All e-mail addresses of the Canadian government end with “.gc.ca”.

  • You can obtain accurate and reliable information at this website. If you have questions, contact Citizenship and Immigration Canada or the visa office responsible for your area.

  • If the offer seems too good to be true, it probably is.