Removal Order Appeal
A permanent resident of Canada who receives a removal order from the Immigration Division following an admissibility hearing may be able to file a removal order appeal at the Immigration Appeal Division within the required timeline.
The Immigration Appeal Division will look at a number of factors to determine whether enough grounds exist in order to allow a stay in Canada, with or without conditions. Some of the factors include time spent in Canada, family members in Canada, community support, danger to the public and rehabilitation.
Asked to leave Canada? You may be able to submit a Request for Deferral to CBSA. Get more information by watching our Youtube video below.
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