Judicial Reviews-Federal Court

Judicial Review-Federal Court of Canada

The Federal Court decides legal disputes and cases which fall under federal domain including challenges to the decisions made by Federal tribunals like Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. In Immigration matters,  applicant can challenge the decision of visa office in applications for temporary residence and permanent residence (except applications under family class) in the Federal Court. Applicant must obtain a leave for Judicial Review in order to appear before the Federal Court Judge. An application for leave must be made within 60 days of the refusal of applications from Visa office. However, An application for leave must be made within 15 days:

  • If application made inside Canada is denied by the department of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
  • In case of negative decisions by Immigration Appeal Division and Refugee Appeal Division, and
  • In case of negative decisions by Immigration Division

If your application has been refused by a Visa office or your appeal has been denied by the Immigration and Refugee Board and you need a legal representation to challenge the decision of the Visa officer or the Board member, you can contact us by an e-mail or phone call. If possible,  please provide a copy of refusal letter from the visa office or a  negative decision from the Immigration and  Refugee Board.

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Skilled Worker Immigration

Permanent residence for skilled workers. The Comprehensive Ranking System, Invitation to Apply and related issues. Employer sponsorship is not a requirement

PNP & Appeals

Canada's provinces have their own provincial programs known as Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). This is one of the most popular program. You can also appeal a negative decision from any PNP Program.

Sponsorship Immigration

A review of current sponsorship programs (permanent residence) promoting the reunion in Canada of close relatives from abroad. This is a complex process and it is important that you know the law, policy and your rights.

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