The Canada Immigration Appeal Division

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada is a body that takes verdict on cases linked with immigration related issues. The body contains 4 major divisions. i.e.

•Refugee Protection Division
•Immigration Division
•Immigration Appeal Division and
•Refugee Appeal Division.

We will see the working of Immigration Appeal Division in this blog.

Immigration Appeal Division:
Canada’s Immigration regulations offer a variety of evaluates mechanisms that allow the applicants to make appeal on immigration matters. It would be a wise decision to hire a Canada Immigration lawyer or Canada Immigration Consult previous to representing your case at Immigration Appeal Division. The IAD has the authority to think again the original case after determining whether the result performed in the favor of the applicant was mistaken or right.

There is no judge in this informal court but an individual takes all the decisions, taking aid from informal rules. The most ordinary cases that are addressed in “Immigration Appeal Division” are those of rejected request for a PR of Canada, sponsorship of spouse or relatives, applications with criminal background and a like.

For example, if the sponsor has applied for sponsoring a family member (applicant), but there case receives a rejection, then the applicant has 30 days to file the appeal, following which the appeal cannot continue in the IAD.

Taking the instance of criminal cases, the IAD accesses as to how much severe the crime was, what is the condition of the applicant, and other connected facts. In the same way in the case of sponsorship cases, IAD takes into deliberation certain aspects like the adversity that would be faced by the sponsor after the separation, how much load can the immigrant may leave on the Canadian financial system and so on.

At the IAD hearing, the claimant may be required to show evidences, documentation, and witnesses in support of his case. If not satisfied with the IAD decision, the hopeful has the right to plea further.


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