Were You Declared “Inadmissible”?
Canadian immigration laws are very strict in protecting the security of the Canadian society and public safety. To this end, sections 33 to 43 of Canadian immigration laws declare certain classes of people as “inadmissible” on following grounds:
From the above list, criminality, health, and misrepresentation are by far the most commonly used provisions under which people are declared inadmissible. In certain circumstances, these declarations of inadmissibility are subject to being appealed to the Immigration Appeal Division by way of an Appeal to the Immigration Appeal Division.
In other circumstances, however, the appeal must be made to the Federal Court by way of an Appeal to the Federal Court.
In both circumstances, these appeals are very complicated and subject to strict evidentiary, procedural, and legal requirements: and, as you may already be aware, a declaration of inadmissibility will bar your entry into Canada until you deal with the matter. We therefore encourage you to seek advice from an experienced immigration lawyer in order to fully protect your rights.
To obtain further information and to take advantage of our free half hour initial consultation, please contact our office at (416) 365-9473 .