Has Your Case Been Refused?
Have you been refused in Canada or overseas?
Are you a Refused Refugee or Facing Deportation?
Do you believe you have received an unfair decision?
Have you been refused permanent or temporary entry to Canada?
Citizenship? PR Card? Refugee Status?
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We represent hundreds of clients every year at the Federal Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal, the Immigration Appeal Division, the Immigration Division and the Refugee Protection Division. At BLG we pride ourselves on being one of the leading law firms that deal with refusals and litigation. We represent individuals and companies dealing with all refusals including family class, deportations, residency cases, citizenship and refugee matters. In this section we set out some basic considerations at the two main institutions that deal with immigration, citizenship and refugee appeals, leave and related court actions – the Immigration Appeal Division and the Federal Court of Canada.
Immigration Appeal Division
An appellant has 30 days to appeal in most cases and 60 days for residency appeals. The most often handled cases by the IAD are marriage appeals. In Central Region, sponsorship appeals form almost 80% of incoming appeals, removal order appeals are 16%, residency obligation appeals are 5%.
Papers written by Mario D. Bellissimo on the Immigration Appeal Division
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