Removal Orders-Appeal and Stay of Removal
If a Permanent Resident or Foreign National is considered to be Inadmissible to Canada, a CIC or CBSA officer will prepare an Inadmissibility report. Eventually, the person will receive a Removal Order that requires the person to appear at a port of entry on a specified date, in order to confirm their departure from Canada and leave the country.
Removal Orders come in three different categories:
- Departure Order. This type of removal requires the person to leave the country, but does not necessarily affect their future trips to Canada.
- Exclusion Order. This type of Removal bans the person from reapplying or returning to Canada for duration of one year (two years in a Misrepresentation case).
- Deportation Order. Being the worst case scenario of Removal, this class bans the person from Canada for a life time.
Sometimes after presenting the person with the removal order, the CBSA or CIC officer(s) will determine that the person must be held in custody. This is usually due to the person’s danger to the public, being a flight risk (meaning he will not return for removal or other examinations, and basically he will disappear) or other factors.
If ordered to be in custody, the person can have counsel in order to satisfy the Immigration Division that the reason for holding them in custody does not exist anymore and allow them to be released either permanently or temporarily. If you or one of your friends or family is held in Immigration Detention, you can contact us for representation and advice. As an RCIC, Mr. Mansouri is one of the recognized and licensed people who can defend the rights of a person subject to Immigration Custody and Removal order, and represent them in front of various relative Tribunals.
If you have received a Removal Order, contact us today before your appeal time elapses and keep in mind that you only have a limited time for appeal. As an RCIC, Mr. Mansouri is one of the recognized and licensed people who can defend your rights and represent you for your Appeal at the Immigration Appeal Division.
In case of an Appeal, usually the Removal Order will be stayed automatically. Stay means that the Removal Order has no effect until a decision is made on your Appeal.
Detention reviews and Appeals are highly sensitive matters, as a great stake is at risk and the results can change your life at times.
Contact us today and ask for your eligibility for Canadian visa or immigration plans. You may fill out the free immigration evaluation form and after we assess your eligibility our staff will contact you.