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Among these practices were the use of unregulated agents to attract students with promises of large commissions. There were also instances of visa fraud and the operation of “ghost schools,” where students receive degrees without attending classes.

International students are vulnerable to fraud through online, email, phone, and social media, with some of the most common types of immigration fraud including “ghost” consultants, phishing, and fake job offers and housing.

In a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Universities Canada President Paul Davidson expressed his “deep disappointment” on the lack of funding for research, international education, and student mental health in the federal budget released.

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