LITIGATION

LITIGATION

 

With hundreds of thousands of applications to Canada being filed each year, refusals are inevitable. If someone has been treated unfairly by a tribunal or by an immigration officer, there may be recourse. Under Canada’s immigration laws, almost all refused applicants have the right to seek leave for judicial review of their failed/refused applications. In addition, most permanent residents and most sponsors also have rights to appeal to the Immigration Appeal Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board.

We help you get through every negative decision on an immigration-related application rendered either by in-land Canadian immigration centre, the Canadian Border Services Agency or a Canadian Visa Mission oversea. We can challenge the decion in tj fedral cour of appeal , If the decision is belived to be wrong or unjust by the claimant.
The only exception to this rule is negative decisions that can be appealed to the Immigration Appeal Division.