If your application to Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has been refused, you have options available to you but you must act quickly.
Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) Appeal
In certain cases, you may apply to the IAD for a refusal on immigration-related matters such as sponsorship, removal orders and residency obligations.
You must begin the appeal process within 30 days after receiving the refusal letter.
Under Canada’s immigration laws, you can ask the Federal Court of Canada for a review of the decision. As lawyers, we can make this application to the Court on your behalf. Certified Immigration Consultants are not allowed to apply to the Court for a Judicial Review.
There are very strict deadlines in which to apply for a Judicial Review. If IRCC as rejected your application from within Canada, you have only 15 days to apply for a Judicial Review. If your application was rejected from outside Canada, you have 60 days to apply.
Our qualified lawyers and professionals can lead you through the appropriate process based on your particular circumstance.
If your application has been refused,
CONTACT US A SOON AS POSSIBLE FOR A CONSULTATION.
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