序 号: 123989
标 题: news from HK (1千字)
发 信 人: pangzai [发短消息]
时 间: 2001-03-28 13:28:37
Just now I saw the following notice on HK website and posted for your reference:
if you or someone acting on your behalf directly or indirectly misrepresents or withholds material facts relating to
your application for permanent residence in Canada:
- your application will be refused
- the circumstances of your refusal will be entered into Canada's global immigration database, and
- the situation will be investigated to determine whether criminal charges should be laid against you and/or any
other person(s) who assisted in the misrepresentation.
We check routinely with issuing authorities, home government departments and other reliable sources to verify
whether information provided and documents submitted are genuine.
There is no excuse or justification for misrepresentation. If a document we require is not available to you, attach
a written explanation when you submit your application - and, if possible, other documents or information that
might substantiate the issue in question.
Misrepresenting or withholding material facts relating to your application for permanent residence in Canada is a
criminal offence. On several recent occasions, persons who submitted or assisted in the submission of
fraudulent documents to this office have been apprehended, convicted and sent to jail. Don抰 let this happen to