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Removal Order Appeals

If you are an immigrant/a foreigner or a permanent resident with a permanent visa and received a removal order notice from the Immigration Division, then you can file a removal order appeal in Canada within 30 days to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD).
Removal Order Appeals in Canada

Removal Order Appeal Process

In order to proceed, the removal order to appeal a public hearing between you and the Minister’s counsel addressing Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is conducted. If IAD dismissed your underlying appeal, you may appeal to the Federal Court of Canada to review IRB’s decision and then an attorney will address your case. On the contrary, if the federal court accepts your appeal, the case will be assigned back to IAD.
Under some conditions, you must be aware of the aspects regarding whether you are permitted to live in Canada or not. These include:
  • Family members in Canada
  • Time spent in Canada
  • Rehabilitation
  • Community support
  • Danger to the public
​There are three types of the removal order and their outcomes:
  1. Departure Order: You must leave Canada within 30 days of the departure order and inform CBSA of your departure from the country. If you don’t leave Canada within 30 days, the departure order will turn into a deportation order.
  2. Exclusion Order: Under the Exclusion Order, you need to leave Canada, and inform CBSA of your departure from the country. Exclusion Order notice depends upon the different reason, you will be prohibited from returning to Canada for one to five years.
  3. Deportation Order: In the Deportation Order, you are required to leave Canada by informing your departure with the CBSA. Losing it CBSA will organize your removal from Canada. If you leave Canada under a deportation order, you will require an Authorization to Re-Enter (ARC) should you need to re-visitation of Canada.
There are various circumstances when you receive the removal Orders. Some of them are:
  • Refugee and Asylum residents whose claims have been dismissed.
  • Visitor Visa Resident who violated Visa rules and remained in Canada after the visa expired.
  • Foreign residents whose Permanent Residency Applications have been dismissed in Canada.
  • Permanent Residents who committed criminal offences.
We are well-informed immigration representatives in Canada who will support you in all deportation order matters. If you have issued a removal order appeal, contact us to explore the solutions open to you. We will provide you with accurate and secure legal counsel to secure your future.