Canada has announced new measures that could possibly affect Caribbean nationals who gained citizenship using fraudulent means.

Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said that at least 1,800 immigrants could have their citizenship revoked after most of them were helped by three or four “crooked immigration consultants” on how to concoct fake proof of residency in Canada.

To become a citizen, a person is supposed to have lived in Canada for three out of four years.

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