If a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a registered Indian sponsors their relative for permanent residence, and IRCC refuses to issue the sponsored foreign national a permanent resident visa, the sponsor may appeal the refusal to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD).
The IAD will decide whether the refusal should be set aside or upheld.
If the refusal is set aside, the matter will be returned to IRCC for reconsideration.
The Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) hears appeals on immigration-related matters,sponsorships, removal orders and residency obligations.
If any of the below circumstances apply to you, and you wish to appeal the decision, call us.
To find out how to make an immigration a
A. I sponsored a family member and their application for permanent residence was refused
B. I received a removal order from the Immigration Division after an admissibility hearing or during an examination by an immigration officer
C. I applied for a permanent resident travel document at an overseas visa office and the application was refused
D. I received a decision from the Immigration Division allowing me to stay in Canada, but I have found out that the Minister has appealed that decision