It is not creativity of legal writing, it is the reparable harm that a scheduled deportation could cause that could help you to delay your removal from Canada
Refusals happen: sometimes it’s a mistake of the applicant, at times it’s a mistake of the immigration officer. looking closely at the refusals and spotting the mistakes could help you to rectify them and to get your desired result in the end.
Deportation does not always mean that your chances to remain in Canada are nil. When a strong application is filed on time and properly, there is a chance that you will be able to return to Canada as a resident.
Proper knowledge of law and procedure will have a higher chance of leading you to the desired result. While community members might mean their best, it is not wise to rely on them for legal advice.
Immigration doesn’t always need to be complicated. Always work with reliable and experienced professionals to achieve your immigration goal.
Canada has multiple immigration programs for skilled immigrants. You need to know the exact one to apply under.
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.