Canada Immigration Caselaw Canada v Liu,Selection and admission, General, Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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Judgement for this Case: Click here! Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v.Liu IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — General Applicant, citizen of China, applied for Quebec selection certificate, with spouse, under investor category — Applicant alleged ownership of buildings in Beijing was financed by friend’s loan and mortgage — Minister found contradictions between narrative and documents and granted applicant …

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

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Judgement for this Case: Click here! 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 …

Canada Immigration Caselaw Canada v Kanagendren, Inadmissible and removable classes, Terrorism, Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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Judgement for this Case: Click here! Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Kanagendren IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Terrorism Applicant was member of Tamil National Alliance (“TNA”) — Immigration Division found that applicant’s membership in TNA constituted membership in Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (“LTTE”), which had engaged in terrorism — Immigration Division found that there were …

Canada Immigration Caselaw Canada v Ismail, Exclusion and expulsion, Removal orders, Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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Judgement for this Case: Click here! Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Ismail IMMIGRATION — Exclusion and expulsion — Removal orders Principal applicant was citizen of Egypt who applied to come to Canada under skilled workers program — She submitted language testing certificate (“IELTS”) and was granted permanent resident visa, along with her co-applicants husband and daughter — When …

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

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Judgement for this Case: Click here! Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Hossain IMMIGRATION — Refugee status — Requirements Applicants were citizens of Bangladesh who had appeal dismissed by Immigration and Refugee Board — Respondent found that applicants were neither convention refugees nor persons in need of protection — Applicant brought application for judicial review — Application dismissed — …

Canada Immigration Caselaw Canada v Ganapathy, Inadmissible and removable classes, Criminality, Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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Judgement for this Case: Click here! Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Ganapathy IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Criminality Applicant was convicted of driving under influence — Applicant married Canadian woman who was now pregnant — Applicant’s application for in-Canada spousal sponsorship for temporary resident permit was refused on ground of inadmissibility for criminality — Applicant sought …