McCallum doesn’t want to let fraudsters ‘off the hook’ through moratorium on citizenship revocation
By Peter MazereeuwOct. 20, 2016
An increase in cancelled citizenships during the Liberal tenure is the result of ‘large-scale fraud investigations,’ says Canada’s immigration minister.
The office of Immigration Minister John McCallum says most cases of revoked citizenship in recent months were connected to 'residency fraud, criminality, and identity fraud.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
The federal government is trying to revoke the citizenship of fraudsters, and that’s why it won’t agree to a moratorium on citizenship revocation, says Immigration Minister John McCallum.
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