Canada Immigration Caselaw Canada v Keil ,Refugee status, Requirements, Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Keil

IMMIGRATION — Refugee status — Requirements

Applicants’ claim for refugee protraction was rejected — Member of Refugee Protection Division found applicants to be credible — Member found country of origin afforded adequate state protection to applicants — Applicants sought judicial review — Application granted — Finding on state protection was unreasonable — Police told applicants to leave country — State protection was inadequate for applicants and it was unreasonable to expect them to return to country of origin

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