Douglas Todd: Immigration fraud on a grand scale

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Richmond BC resident Xun Wang’s companies hauled in $10 million over eight years by producing altered Chinese passports and fraudulent identities for up to 1,200 clients in arguably the largest immigration fraud case in Canadian history.

Court documents show Wang made millions by hiring staff to create thousands of counterfeit Chinese passport stamps, forged drivers’ licences, forged lawyers’ letters, false business cards, forged university letters, phoney paycheques and bogus Canadian tax documents.

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