Opinions by Emmie Joaquin
The truth shall set you free
The consequences of misrepresentation
The immigration process can be very complicated and sometimes daunting. However, regardless of how intimidating or intrusive the questions on the application forms may seem, this does not give the applicant the right to lie or give false answers and documentation. The questions asked and the documents requested are required for a reason. And only Immigration has the right to waive certain requirements or change the rules.
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