Appeals for refused and rejected applications, breach of residency conditions, denial of status, deportation orders, removal orders, are all heard before Canadian authorities and the Immigration Appeal Division. On occasion, immigration appeals may be heard by courts in Ontario.
The Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) is an independent immigration tribunal, part of the Immigration and Refugee Board that hears appeals from immigration matters. It is not connected to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). It is also not affiliated to the CBSA, the Canada Border Services Agency. Appeals are heard by IAD members (like a judge hears a case in court), and orders are passed. IAD receives most appeals from immigration process. Some may be referred to federal courts.
Only a licensed immigration lawyer in Toronto can represent clients before appellate courts. Schedule a consultation with a lawyer at Toronto Immigration Law Firm today for accurate advice.
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