Canada’s largest independent administrative tribunal, the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB), makes decisions related to immigration in the most appropriate manner according to existing laws. The IRB decides deserving persons of the Canadian refugee status from thousands of applicants each year. The tribunal exercises its powers through the Refugee Appeal Division (RAD), Refugee Protection Division (RPD), Immigration Division (ID), and Immigration Adjudication Division (IAD).
Applicants must make claims before they can be considered by the RAD, which is responsible for deciding appeals made by the RPD to allow or reject a refugee claim. If the outcome of your claim turns out to be negative, the RAD is responsible for reviewing your appeal. Although there are certain conditions, you must meet for the RAD to consider your appeal.
If the Refugee Protection Division (RPD) of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) grants you refugee status, and a minister is appealing that, you can respond to the appeal, and file documents. All immigration appeals like residency obligations, sponsorships, and removal orders.
The Immigration Division conducts admissibility hearings for inadmissible people. These people should not be in Canada under the law. It also reviews people who are detained under the immigration and refugee protection act. If your refugee claim has been declined or you are about to submit a claim, you need the advice of our immigration consultant in Vaughan, Ontario, for counsel on the best steps to take to avoid applications ending in with the ID. You need to work with experts to file a refuge claim successfully, and proper representation in detention reviews and Swani-Can Immigration has got you covered for that. Contact us today to get started.