Immigration Appeal Hearing

We represent you in the Federal Court of Canada or Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) and at other Hearings and Appeals. We are experienced in helping people with any appeal issue as Federal Court or Immigration Appeal Division (IAD). People have the right to appeal and for judicial review within a certain time limit.

Any kind of refusal or any complex situations include:

» Spousal Sponsorship Refusals: Refusals happen when the visa officer may not believe the marriage or common-law relationship is genuine.

» Residency Appeals: When an Immigration Officer believes that a Permanent Resident has not met his/her residency obligations. In this case, Humanitarian and Compassionate factors may be considered.

» Skilled Worker Refusal: In some cases, Skilled Workers applications can be refused due to inaccurate assessments of education, language skills, work experience, settlement funds, or other factors due to poor documentation, or an unsuccessful interview.

» Business Immigrants refusals: When an officer has determined that the applicant does not have required business experience or could not prove the evidence of proper fund that obtained in a legal way.

» Entrepreneur Condition Removals: When an officer has determined that you could not manage the business in a proper way or you didn’t invest properly within the 2 or 3-year time frame then you could be ordered deported. We can often negotiate and make an appeal on behalf of you for an extension of time to comply.

If you confront any of these circumstances and want to get a consultation for removal or deportation and wish to discuss the refusal of an Immigration Application, please feel free to contact us.

» Medical Inadmissibility refusals: In the case of medical and inadmissibility refusals, usually an Immigration Officer determines the applicant would be a danger to public health safety or would cause undue demands on Canada’s health or social services. These decisions may be challenged, and there may be lying Humanitarian and Compassionate factors that should be considered in the appeal.

» Criminal Inadmissibility: When an Officer has determined that you have committed, or are likely to commit, particular criminal offenses inside or outside of Canada, it is called criminally inadmissible. There are some ways for a person to overcome a finding of criminal inadmissibility. Humanitarian and Compassionate factors may be taken into consideration in an appeal. In this regard, we help people to overcome these bindings.

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Why Choose Us?

Choosing the right Visa program to apply to can be an overwhelming and confusing process. We will ensure you obtain your Visa in the most simple and cost-effective method available with your needs in mind.

  • Quality Service With Reasonable Fees
  • Evaluation of Visa Options by RCIC
  • Preparation & Completion of Documents
  • Submission to The Canadian Government
  • Legal Advisory & Representation Services

General Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do I Need Covered Health Insurance?

Yes, if you are a foreign visitor, you will need to have private health insurance during your stay in Canada. Canada’s free health care system is not available for visitors from other countries so you will need minimum coverage during your visitation. If you are a recent immigrant, you will still need visitors to Canada insurance until you are eligible to receive public health insurance in your province. Do not worry! private health insurance in Canada is relatively cheap but knowing what you qualify for can give you more options. For example, if you are an international student, you are eligible for International Student Insurance, or if you are a family member, consider Super Visa Insurance. We can help you figure it out.

Do I Need To Know English Or French?

Yes, most applicants intending to immigrate to Canada must have proof of language ability in either English or French. If you are immigrating from an English-speaking country, you are still required to show proof or complete a language proficiency test like the IELTS (English) or TEF (French) Language Test.

How Much Money Will I Need?

The amount of money you will need depends on the immigration program you apply for, the intended period of visitation, and the number of dependents. Generally speaking, if you are single and are applying for permanent residency under the express entry program, you will need a minimum savings of around $13,000 in Canadian dollars to cover costs of settlement, visa and other legal document processing fees, and basic necessities. You do not need proof of funds if you have a work permit and a valid job offer in Canada or if you apply under the Canadian Experience Class program.

How Much Time Will It Take To Process The Visa?

The time it takes for Visa processing varies depending on the candidate, country, program, and case. Generally, the expected wait time is between 8 to 32 weeks (2 to 8 months) but can be longer. We advise you to contact us if you are not sure or check the estimated processing time for each application type provided by the Government of Canada using the following link: