Appeal & Tribunal
A refusal of your application by a Canadian immigration officer is not always the end of the line. The Government of Canada allows some Foreign Nationals to file an appeal to the Appeal Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board (IAD) or the Refugee Appeal Division (RAD).
This involves making a claim; submitting the necessary documentation; attending a hearing; and finally, awaiting a decision.
We can assist and advise you on immigration obstacles, and we can represent you in front of an Immigration Tribunal or at a Hearing.
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
Consultant Réglementé en Immigration Canadienne
Member in good standing with the
Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council