If you receive a removal order, act immediately. The team at Shory Law will fight your removal order to maintain your status in Canada.
An Effective Team of Lawyers to Fight against Your Removal
Our team works swiftly to bring your case in front of the eyes of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada or the Federal Court of Canada. Many removal orders arrive with very little time between issuance and enactment. Do not let a short timeframe hinder you from contacting a proficient team of immigration lawyers to keep you in the country or outline a plan of action.
There are 3 removal orders that can be issued: deportation, exclusion, and departure. Our team can help you understand the procedure, consequences, and actionable defense for each removal type.
Your Options for Fighting Removal
There are a number of options for fighting removal from Canada, depending on your circumstances. This includes:
- Submitting a Notice of Appeal to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
- Submitting an Application for Leave and Judicial Review at the Federal Court of Canada
- Filing a Motion to Stay removal at the Federal Court of Canada
Our team will review your specific case and use the method that best fits your circumstance.
The first course of action for fighting a removal order is issuing a stay on it. This essentially pauses the order, granting you time to plan your future course of action. A stay is not a permanent solution, but it can be a lifesaving strategy towards a more permanent solution.
Appeals are available to permanent residents who have received a removal order. Often, a stay is issued prior to an appeal. Depending on the outcome at the appeal hearing, you may be able to stay the order for longer periods of time.
The options for fighting your Removal
As a permanent resident in Canada, you may be able to appeal the issuance of a removal order to the Immigration Appeal Division of Canada. How Are Removal Orders Appealed? Once a removal order is issued, you have 30 days to act. Appeals are available for permanent residents or refugees/foreign nations holding a permanent resident...
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If you reside in Canada as a non-citizen, you can be issued one of three different kinds of removal orders. If you have received a removal order of any kind, contact Shory Law for assistance. Our legal team will discuss your available options and help you decide the best course to take. What Is a...
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What is removal order in Canada?
A removal order is a document which can be issued at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, or by a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officer in certain circumstances that demands your departure from Canada.
Can you be deported from Canada?
Yes. In certain instances, you can be deported from Canada. This can be done by way of a departure order, exclusion order, or deportation order.
Can a Canadian citizen be deported from Canada?
No. A Canadian Citizen can not be deported from Canada. If you lose your citizenship, however, then you may be deportable from Canada.