Appeals and Applications for Judicial Review
Appeals and hearings are common in the Canadian immigration process to litigate and decide upon disputes between individuals and the immigration authorities. In cases where an application for a sponsorship, Canadian work permit or visas, refugee claim, or federal skilled worker is denied or refused or in the case where a deportation or removal from Canada is issued, an appeal or an Application for Judicial Review can be made to reverse the decision of the immigration authorities. An application for judicial review must be filed within 15 days or 60 days of receiving the refusal, depending on whether the decision was made within Canada or outside of Canada respectively.
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