Chinese immigration applicants sue Canada

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Canada’s immigration ministry could be forced to reopen the case files of around 1,500 Chinese visa applicants, or compensate each applicant $5 million Canadian.

A judge in Canada is considering a class action lawsuit filed by wealthy Chinese investors, who had applied for Canadian residency under the now-defunct Immigrant Investor Program. CCTV’s Kristiaan Yeo reports from Toronto.

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Wealthy Chinese sue Canada over immigration rules

Wealthy Chinese sue Canada over immigration rules

Canada's immigration ministry could be forced to reopen the case files of around 1,500 Chinese visa applicants, or compensate each applicant $5 million Canadian. A judge in Canada is considering a class action lawsuit filed by wealthy Chinese investors, who had applied for Canadian residency under the now-defunct Immigrant Investor Program. CCTV's Kristiaan Yeo reports from Toronto.

  • bigboy

    They should sue Harper NOT Canada.