We have years of experience representing clients on immigration appeal matters. We help you file an appeal notice to the IAD, prepare you for your hearing process and ensure that you adhere to the required timelines for submitting crucial documents to the IAD.
Right of Appeal
A refusal of a family sponsorship application by an immigration officer is not always the end of the line. You have right to appeal the decision to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) in order to explain why the application should be accepted. You have 30 days after receiving the refusal letter to file an appeal.
No Appeal Right
In some circumstances, you may be deemed not to have a right to an appeal. There are several reasons as to why someone cannot appeal their case to the IAD, such as if the person you are sponsoring was found inadmissible to Canada because of being alleged to have committed serious crime, alleged to be a national security threat, alleged to have violated human or international rights, or being suspected to have been part of an organized crime.
We Can Help
Canadian immigration system allows for various forms of remedy to make sure that you have another opportunity to make your case. We will determine how we can best present your matter on a case-by-case basis.