The right to challenge an immigration officer’s refusal comes from the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). The purpose of a judicial review application is to have a Federal Court Judge overturn or set aside a refusal decision, and have the decision sent back to be re-determined by a new officer. An application for judicial review does not mean that your application is being granted. If it is successful, it will be sent back for review. There are important deadlines for a Judicial Review. We have extensive experience with Immigration Judicial Reviews.
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