Canada Immigration Law
Canadian Immigration Law is primarily based on Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, 2006 and focus on economic growth and bringing stability in Canada. Its Immigration Law is also govern by Govt. Policies, Operational Instructions and Agreements. Further, the family reunion which is protected under International Human Rights, of which the Canada is signatory, is also reflected in its immigration policy. Therefore, migration in Canada is relatively easy, if required investment is made or application is made on base of family. Moreover, the Provinces of Canada have their own migration laws such as Quebec, which is another advantage. Canadian Parliament plays an important role in formalization of Immigration Law. If you are planning to apply for Canadian Immigration it is essential that you know the relevant rules and decide on the most suitable class and province for you.
                      Canada Immigration Law provides you different categories of migration which includes from permanent migration to business visa such as ; Student Visas, Experience Class migration, Skilled Class Migration, Temporary Worker Class Migration, Quebec Skilled Worker Class, Canada Job Offer Migration, Family Class Migration, Entrepreneur Migration, Investor Migration. All the mentioned categories are governed under their respective legislation. And your application must meet its criteria and it should reflect in the attached documents.
                 Canada Immigration Appeal system is based on Tribunal System. For Immigration appeals a tribunal is constituted namely Immigration Appeal Division. There is also Refugee Protection Division and Refugee Appeals Division. Further, Appeals can also be made to Federal Court in some cases and also to provincial court. You can appeal against the decision in Citizenship – negative decision by judge; Business Immigration refusal – Investor – Entrepreneur – Skilled worker; Entrepreneur in Canada – failure to meet conditions ; Permanent Resident – failure to maintain residency requirements ; Permanent Resident Card (Maple Card) – refusal to issue or to renew ; Permanent Resident – criminality problems ; Sponsorship refusal ; Humanitarian application – refusal ; Medical refusal.
                        We advice our clients on Canadian Immigration law very carefully with at least one senior supervision on exact reliance of statutes and case laws such as (non-exhaustive list) ;

​Statutes ;


Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, 2001

Citizenship Act, 1985


Cases ;


Qin v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2013, F.C.)

Borazjani v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2013, F.C.)

Komolafe v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2013, F.C.)

B010 v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2013, F.C.A.)

Febles v. The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration (2012, F.C.A.)

Feimi v. The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration (2012, F.C.A.)

R. v. Pham (2013, S.C.C.)

Agraira v. Canada (Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness) (2013, S.C.C.)  Laidlow v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2012, F.C.A.)

Ezokola v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) (2013, S.C.C.) 






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