I have always loved working in the computer field, and when my dream job finally became available, it turned out that the company offering it was located in Canada and that I had to be a Canadian citizen to even apply. Since I couldn’t even apply for citizenship unless I had already lived in the country for four years, there was no way that I could do. I was determined to get that job, however—after all, the pay was nearly three times what I was making at my current job and it was a manager’s position that would help me get in my foot in the executive door.
That night, I spent a lot of time online looking up shortcuts that might help me get my citizenship, and that’s when I found out that I could get a fake passport that listed me as a Canadian citizen. With documentation like this, I could at least apply for the job and then buy more papers later if I needed them. The site I found was easy to use, and the passports they offered were of such high quality that I knew no one would doubt them. Using them would be a risk, but it seemed worth it, especially if it got me in the running for the job.
My fake passport came in the mail within a week, and I was amazed at its quality—the photo I had seen on the Web site simply hadn’t done it justice. I had my Canadian citizenship, as it listed me as having been a resident of the country for the past six years. This awesome-looking passport, along with the use of a friend’s address in Canada that I used to list my place of residence, not only gave me a shot at my dream job, but allowed me to settle in the country after I landed it. Thanks to a fake passport, I was able to change my life and chase my dreams.