Removal Order Appeals

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A Permanent Resident, Protected Person or a foreign national holding a valid Permanent Resident Visa may appeal the decision made by an officer to remove them from Canada to the IAD.

The categories of persons may appeal the decision of an officer or the Immigration Division (ID) of the IRB to remove them from Canada i.e. Permanent residents, Protected Persons and Foreign Nations with Valid Permanent Resident Visa. They may appeal the decision within 30 days.

There are three different types of removal orders:

  • Departure Order
  • Exclusion Order
  • Deportation Order

People who are living in Canada and are considered inadmissible to Canada may be issued a removal order based on the type of inadmissibility as defined in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations. For example people who are considered criminally inadmissible to Canada could be issued a removal order which is a deportation order. If a permanent resident is found not in compliance with residency obligation, they may be issued a departure order. If an international student is found not to comply with the conditions of their study permit, they could receive an exclusion order.

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