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Removal Order Appeals
A permanent resident of Canada, a refugee, or a foreign national with a permanent resident visa who has been ordered removed from Canada, may also appeal to the IAD.
Residency Obligation Appeals
The law requires permanent residents to be physically present in Canada for at least 730 days out of every five years. If a permanent resident is outside Canada and a visa officer with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) finds that he or she has not met this residency obligation, the person may lose permanent resident status. The permanent resident may appeal the CIC decision.
Federal Court of Canada
Under Canada’s immigration law, you can ask the Federal Court of Canada to review decisions related to immigration. If your Temporary Resident Visa has been refused in Canada you have 15 days, if your Temporary Resident Visa was refused outside Canada you have 60 days to challenge it in the Federal Court of Canada. This procedure is known as Judicial Review. Only a Canadian Barrister & Solicitor can represent you in the Federal Court of Canada.