posted a year ago
"The short answer is yes, the immigration office can check your social media. They’re probably already doing it. Social media has become an increasingly important part of the vetting process for individuals and businesses, and the immigration office is no exception.
There are a few different ways that they can do this. First, they can manually comb through your accounts, looking for anything suspicious. This is generally done for high-level or high-risk cases, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility that they would do this for everyone. Second, they can use social media monitoring tools to track critical words and phrases associated with your account automatically."