Number of Removal Orders Issued to Canadian Immigrants Doubled in Six Years

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Nearly 1,400 permanent residents in Canada are given a removal order as they fail to fulfill some or the other mandatory requirement as permanent resident. Moreover, the chances of success in appeals made are less than 10%.

A removal order is issued when it comes to notice that someone has breached the Immigration and Refugees Protection Act (IRPA) in Canada. These numbers indicate that immigrants should be aware of the obligations that they are required to fulfill once they land and start living in Canada.

A border officer, at a Port of Entry, goes through the evidence of admissibility, and in case he is not satisfied than such an immigrant may be referred to an immigration officer for cross questioning to find out whether the immigrant fulfill the requirement to reside as permanent resident.

The immigration law of Canada gives the right to permanent residents to enter the country once it is clear that the immigrant is a permanent resident, even though he or she may not have fully complied with residency obligations.

A report is issued to a permanent resident in question and this may ultimately mean his removal order. These people can stay in Canada even when a removal order is issued against them and they can do so till the time a final determination is made.

The recent data has disclosed the amount of residency non-compliance that is shown by immigrants as they attempt to enter Canada again, especially in cases when a long time period has been spent by them outside the country.

The data does not include individuals whose permanent residency status was revoked due to misrepresentation or criminality. It also does not include immigrants who applied to renounce their status voluntarily or those who were denied travel documents to come to Canada.

Here is a look at some of the numbers:

605: number of removal orders given in 2008 to non-complaint residents

1,423: Number of immigrants with permanent resident status who are stopped every year at the border for not fulfilling the requirement

1,413: Number of removal orders given in 2014 to non-complaint residents

Canada has given better living standard to thousands of people. However, the country is very strict and has zero tolerance when it comes to immigration fraud.

Make sure you immigrate to Canada in the right and legal manner. In case you have any question on how you can settle permanently in Canada, you can get your answers from WWICS complaints cell.

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