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What are a non-Canadian's legal rights to challenge a Canadian government decision, and when to do so, is an extremely complicated issue. Your rights are dependent on what kind of application is being made, where you are, what the decision is, and which government agency made the decision. If a decision has been made against you, however, or it looks like you are facing an interview or Hearing, you should immediately contact a lawyer for help and advice!
Immigration Law in Canada is constantly changing. Stay up to date with the most recent news pertaining to Citizenship and Immigration Canada laws and regulations.
This is from the July 9, 2018 edition of the Toronto newspaper The Globe and Mail:
"Last year alone, Canada refused entry to nearly 600,...
Before filing any kind of application, you should check to see if Immigration has changed the procedure, forms, requested documents, or even the addre...
As of today, people who apply for a visitor, study, or work permit from one of 29 countries plus the Palestinian Authority need to provide a ph...