Visa refusals can be disappointing. Canadian Immigration allows the candidate to appeal visa refusal. An effort to give the applicant a second chance.  The Appeal Division of the Immigration And Refugee Board accepts appeal applications

The applicants are eligible for filing an appeal for visa refusal if they are;

  • PR of Canada or conventional refugee facing deportation orders.
  • Canadian citizen or permanent resident whose sponsored relative’s visa has been refused.
  • Permanent residents who have failed to comply with their residency obligation can appeal their cases.

Applicants refused by officers of IRCC can make Appeals of family class sponsorship.

Appeals by the ministry of public safety of decisions at inadmissibility hearings by the IRB’S Immigration Division (ID) where the ID decided that person is inadmissible.

Applications that face rejection on grounds of misrepresentation are not eligible for appeal.

It is imperative to follow the appeal process and safeguard your appeal rights.

In the sponsorship appeals, the sponsor has a period of 30 days from the date of appeal to apply to the Immigration Appeal Division.

The Refugee Protection Division (RPD) of the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) manages refugee claim applicants.

If the claim gets rejected, an appeal has to be filed with the Refugee Appeal Division (RAD).

An appeal cannot be filed for cases refused by IRB, before the implementation of the new refugee protection provisions. The same holds true for the withdrawn and abandoned cases.

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