Protect yourself from fraud
Find out how to prevent fraud and how to report those who commit it.
March is Fraud Prevention Month. Learn how to recognize and protect yourself from immigration and citizenship fraud.
Services and information
Fake marriages and relationships, rules for sponsored partners, and information for victims of marriage fraud
Fake or altered documents, what happens if you provide false information, and how Canada monitors document fraud
Identify fake websites, emails and telephone calls
Adopting a child from another country and adoption fraud
Report immigration fraud, citizenship fraud, telephone, email or Internet scams, and human trafficking
Temporary foreign worker and live-in caregiver rights, employment standards offices, and help for victims of human trafficking
What representatives do. How to choose and add one to your file. How to access the portal for Authorized Paid Representatives
Our partners in and outside Canada who work to prevent immigration fraud
Do you want to come to Canada?
Answer a few questions to find out what immigration programs you can apply for, and how to submit an online or paper application.
Questions about fraud and scams?
Find answers to your questions about fraud and scams in the Help Centre.
Immigrant services in your area
Our interactive map will help you to search for immigrant services in your area.
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