A Canadian parliamentary committee has urged the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to halt the deportation of Indian international students who used fake college admission letters to enter Canada. The committee has asked the CBSA to waive the students’ inadmissibility and provide them with an alternative pathway to permanent residence through a “regularization” program or on humanitarian grounds. Upon arrival, all these students were told that their enrolled program was no longer available and were advised to delay their studies or go to another school. Some of them received postgraduate work permits and applied for permanent residence.