The Canada Border Services Agency says it has laid six charges against a Saskatoon man in connection to distribution of forged documents. 23 year old Panashe Chaya has been charged with three counts under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act as well as three counts under the Criminal Code.
The CBSA started investigating this past January and executed a search warrant on Chaya’s home April 26th. The CBSA alleges that Chaya produced fraudulent permanent residency documents and sold them to post secondary students in Saskatoon as well as across Canada. Chaya is back in Saskatoon Provincial court Wednesday.