Falsification of Documents and Deportation Appeal

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Falsification of Documents and Deportation Appeal

Post by muhammad » Sun Apr 19, 2015 3:29 pm

I was in a restaurant the other day, and I overheard a group of people having a discussion about a permanent resident in Canada who was facing deportation. I'm not sure if I heard it right, but it sounded like this woman was convicted of falsification of documents. Certain stories can be blown out of proportion, so my question is: Is falsification of documents a ground for deportation? Can you make a deportation appeal when found guilty of this offense?

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