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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.
A reoccurring question in citizenship and immigration law is who is and who is not qualified or authorized to give advice or help with immigration and...
To reduce the number of people who are making refugee claims, the federal government has proposed two changes. These changes are not yet law and may p...
The rules surrounding these programs have changed three times in five years.
The first change happened on November 30, 2014 when the Live-In Caregiver...