If you were charged or convicted of certain crimes in Canada and you are a Permanent Resident of Canada, you can be issued a removal order by the Immigration Division following an admissibility hearing. You can also be issued a removal order for misrepresenting material facts within your permanent residence application, facts, that should immigration have known, would not have granted you permanent residence (fraudulent marriages, for example).
REMOVAL ORDER APPEAL
You have 30 days from the issuance of the removal order to file an appeal at the Immigration Appeal Division where you can present humanitarian and compassionate factors and ask the Board to stay your removal from Canada, often with conditions. For example, you can demonstrate that you are completely established in Canada and that you would suffer hardship if forced to leave Canada. You will also need to demonstrate that you are not a threat to Canadian society.
Here are some additional resources to help you to deal with deportation or a removal order.