Sometimes, the Canadian immigration authorities may have a reason backed by information, implying that a permanent resident or foreign national is inadmissible. When this happens, they will prepare a report setting out the allegations for consideration by the Immigration Division (ID) of the Immigration and Refuge Board (IRB).
In response, the Immigration Division will conduct a hearing where the foreign national is present. The foreign national or permanent resident can defend him/herself against all the allegations. If, after the hearing, the ID finds out that the person is not admissible, they issue a removal order against the person. In some instances, permanent residents have the right to appeal determinations by the immigration division to the Immigration Appeal Division or a federal court.
Swani-Can Immigration has years of experience helping Canadians and international clients on multiple inadmissibility matters. Our licensed legal immigration consultant in Vaughan, Ontario, will advise you on the best steps and right action to take on issues of inadmissibility. If you need help or you have any questions, make sure to contact us today.