Misunderstandings and information mix-ups happen often in Immigration. You can request to have the decision reassessed if you believe there was a mistake.
When refugee judge does not believe you it does not mean you cannot prove that you are still a refugee and should be given protection in Canada.
Sometimes a small error could lead to serious consequences. Timely and professional responses can help to avoid application refusals.
Often times when you lose your refugee hearing you can file an appeal of the decision and have it reviewed by the Refugee Appeal Division.
Refugee protection from China’s one child policy granted to a family with no children. CIC v Ye, 2013 FC 634
Facts The respondent is 29 y.o. citizen of China. The basis of her refugee claim is that the couple is afraid of the enforcement of
Menjivar v Canada (MCI), 2006 FC 11: Where Adverse Credibility Findings Are Based On Contradictions In Evidence, The Inconsistencies Must Be Sufficiently Serious And Matters Of Concern Must Be Of Adequate Relevance To Justify The Finding Of Incredibility.
Menjivar is not recent but it’s an interesting case about the Board’s unreasonable findings of impugned credibility based on irrelevant details in the claim. The Court