Understanding the immigration appeal process in Canada is crucial to navigating
the system effectively. In this guide, we will walk you through the steps
involved in the immigration appeal procedure from filing an appeal to the final
Step-1: File an Appeal with the
Immigration Appeal Division (IAD)
The first step in the immigration appeal process is to file an appeal
with the IAD of the Immigration and Refuge Board of Canada (IRB). The IAD is
responsible for hearing appeals from individuals who have been denied permanent. People who have been removed from Canada or who do not have legal status in Canada cannot reside in the country
Step-2: Attend a
Once the notice of appeal has been received by the IAD, you will be
notified of the date and time of your hearing. The hearing is an opportunity
for you to present evidence and argue your case in front of an IAD member. You
can represent yourself or hire a lawyer to represent you.
Step-3: The IAD’s Decision
After the hearing, the IAD member will make
a decision on the appeal.
The decision can be to allow the appeal and grant you permanent residence or to
dismiss the appeal,
If the appeal is dismissed, you can seek
judicial review of the decision
in the Federal Court. This is more complex process and it is recommended to seek legal help from an experienced
Navigating the immigration appeal process in Canada can be challenging, but with the help of a knowledgeable immigration lawyer and a clear
understanding of the steps involved, you can increase your chances of success.
If you are facing denial of permanent residence or removal from Canada, don’t
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