"Village People at Work": Family of 4 Deported From Canada Immediately They Arrived Airport, Story Goes Viral

"Village People at Work": Family of 4 Deported From Canada Immediately They Arrived Airport, Story Goes Viral

  • A family that travelled to Canada on a visit visa was sent packing immediately after they touched down at the airport
  • The family comprised the man, his wife and his children, and they were deported on arrival by security officials
  • The story of the family was told on TikTok, where it has attracted many comments from people who sympathised with them
  • Meanwhile, Ahmodu Akinwale, a visa application consultant told Legit.ng that the family's intent to stay with visit visa necessitated their deportation

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A man and his family have been deported from Canada immediately after they arrived in the country.

The shocking story of the man and his family was told on TikTok by Adaeze Ozoha, who said the family was sent packing right at the airport.

Family deported from Canada on arrival.
The family were in Canada on a visit visa but were deported. Photo credit: Getty Images/Jacoblund.
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Narrating the story, Adaeze said the family arrived in Canada with a visit visa, indicating they were not there permanently.

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When they arrived at the airport, the immigration officials checked their documents and found out that they were on a visit.

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Why a family of four was deported from Canada on arrival

They were asked if they would stay permanently if they found a job during the visit, and they answered in the affirmative.

The family was told by the agent who did the visa for them that even at the point of entry, they could change their visitor visa to a work permit.

Adaeze said this response necessitated their deportation. The immigration officials understood it to mean they were entering Canada on a visit but without the aim of returning to their country.

When contacted, Ahmodu Akinwale, a travel agent and visa expert based in Ibadan said the family's statement of intent to stay despite possessing a visit visa necessitated their deportation.

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Ahmodu, who works with the Modian Consulting Firm, Ibadan, told Legit.ng:

"It's unfortunate that the family was not properly educated on their class of visa. As holders of Canadian visit visa, they are expected to come to Canada for a short stay, and return to their home country within the short period.
"The intent of returning to home country must have been evidenced by the provision of some documents by the "agent" or whoever assisted the family with the application for a visit visa to Canada.
"However, the declaration to the immigration authority by the family that they would like to stay permanently if they get a job sharply negates the intent to return to home country, hence the deportation."

Watch the video below:

Reactions from TikTok users as family of four gets deported from Canada

@teemoney22 said:

"Were you there at the point of entering?"

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@Oteng Samuel Jnr commented:

"Gradually they are shifting the attention to Canada. U.K can rest on TikTok now."

@David commented:

"Even if she is lying about the family, but her warning is real and honest."

@BestDecisionTravels said:

"Village people at work oo."

@Mz___Mary said:

"Biko when they send people back who dey pay for flight ticket back?"

Video shows N481k one-bedroom apartment in the UK

In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a video showed a one-bedroom apartment in the UK and how it is styled.

The apartment costs N481k per month, and it is said to be located in Birmingham.

The video went viral on TikTok and attracted many reactions.

Source: Legit.ng

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