Six Indian officers have been arrested in an effort to crackdown on illegal immigration. The arrests came after four Indians were discovered dead at the border of the United States and Canada.

Each year hundreds of Indians from Gujarat and Punjab attempt to cross the border between the US and Canada. They brave harsh weather conditions in order to find better lives and work opportunities in the West.

On Thursday, Gujarat police said that they had identified the four members of a single family after receiving photographs from border agencies showing passports and other items.

A K Jhala, a police officer in Gandhinagar stated that they are currently trying to arrest human traffickers who sent the family and other relatives abroad through illegal channels.

He said that the six people arrested were operating a state-run travel and tourism business.

The names of the victims were released by the High Commission of India at Ottawa, Canada, on Thursday.

Canadian diplomats confirmed that the four victims died from the cold weather. The commission added that Canada and India have a “regular consular dialogue” to address unauthorised immigration. The statement stated that Canada and India work together to ensure safety and well-being for all Indian immigrants entering Canada.

After four people were found dead in Manitoba, Canada, just a few meters from the border with Minnesota, US authorities arrested one American man for human trafficking.

They were one of four families from the same village that had travelled to the border in this month’s March.

Officials claimed they were separated from the 18-member group and were likely caught in a snowstorm, which led to a tragedy that Justin Trudeau called “mind-blowing”.

The authorities discovered the situation when they intercepted the group. One of the members was found to have a backpack containing baby supplies. However, there was no infant in the group.

Jhala stated that “the nexus between human trafficking and local politicians runs deep” and added that some people sell their homes to help fund travel to the USA or Canada.

According to a foreign ministry official, New Delhi was the Indian capital and New Delhi said that authorities were working with US border officials to investigate the matter.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC’s pause regarding Express Entry invitations for Canadian Experience class (CEC), candidates since September has forced some to quit their jobs and leave Canada.

These candidates have at most one year of Canadian job experience, and approximately 90% are already here. IRCC sent out more invitations for CEC candidates during the pandemic than any other Express Entry program. CEC candidates were invited by IRCC to apply for Canadian Immigration every two weeks and in large numbers.
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The department invited all CEC candidates to apply for the Express Entry pool in early 2021. This draw saw more than 27,000 invitations. It was part of IRCC’s efforts to attract a record 401,000 newcomers for 2021.

Sasha, a Toronto-based marketing professional, stated that she was certain that she would be issued an Invitation To Apply (ITA), when she submitted her profile to the Express Entry pool in September.
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 Express Entry is based on the Comprehensive Rating System (CRS) points system. The IRCC invites top-scoring candidates for Canadian immigration via bi-weekly express entry draws.