Deportation Orders and Removal from Canada

Foreign nationals or permanent residents can be ordered removed from Canada if they are believed to be in violation of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).

Those facing removal or deportation from Canada may have options. Those fearing risk in their country of origin may be eligible for a Pre-Removal Risk Assessment. Some believed to be inadmissible or removable are eligible to attend an inadmissibility hearing before removal is executed. Others may be eligible for an appeal or judicial review.

Following a removal, returning to Canada is made difficult, but it is sometimes possible.

The Immigration Law Group at Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP can help those facing removal or deportation determine whether they have options that might prevent them from leaving Canada. We can also advise those already removed determine whether there is a possibility of return. Please contact us for more information on our services or to set up a consultation.

 

RELATED TOPICS: 

-          Appeals and Judicial Reviews

-          Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications in Canada

-         Inadmissibility to Canada

-          Refugee Claims in Canada