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Today: 17.01.2018 - 14:32:22
   Canada Mortgage Hub Discussion Board -> Mortgage Winnipeg -> What should i do if i want to overstay and work illegally in Canada, to avoid being deported by immigration.?
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rellecke

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What should i do if i want to overstay and work illegally in Canada, to avoid being deported by immigration.?
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papi130

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Avoid being arrested and deported. The netter answer is to get an extended visa or apply for a work visa.
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Go home and try to apply for a work permit. If you stay illegally you can be reported and deported.
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do nothing at all. I sincerely hope that you do get caught and deported. You will NOT have access to free health because you are NOT legal.
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Your overstaying and working illegally in itself is reason enough for your imprisonment and deportation. Why do you want to do this ? If you arrived legally on a visa, I suggest you go back to your home country and apply for a work permit through a Canada-based company at the Canadian Consulate in your home country.
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This is a bad idea. Having studied English you are now in a position to apply for immigration and be in Canada legally. Using the illegal route you are condemning yourself to low wages (probably below minimum wage) and working for sleazy people. You will have none of the benefits of Canadian society. You won't be able to have a bank account, you won't be able get a mortgage or a car loan, you won't have health care, you won't be able to vote. You will be looking over your shoulder and living in fear all the time. If your mother is gravely ill will you be able to go home or will you fear going through customs? If someone robs you will you fear making a police complaint? If your employer imposes unsafe conditions or extended hours will you complain?Canada is a wonderful country for citizens and legal residents, it really isn't so good in the underground.
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