The Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA“) in 2011 produced the Integrated Intelligence / Enforcement Priorities Report (the “Report“).  The Report is interesting because it presents succinct descriptions of what CBSA considers to be areas of importance in the enforcement context related to immigration, and why it considers these issues important. Practitioners may find these summaries useful in explaining to clients why we ask some of the questions that we do. I have reproduced sections of the report below: Residence Fraud What Is It Canada’s immigration and citizenship legislation both contain residency obligations […]

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