Appealing against deportation
Immigrants facing deportation can appeal against the same
You may lose your permanent residency status in Canada if you are found to be breaching the terms and conditions. The reasons could be galore and may include your participation in a crime or anything else which is set by the rules and laws of the nation.
Not abiding by the legislation of the country may diminish your status and you will be asked to leave the country by a given date.
Deportation is largely under the jurisdiction of Canada Border Services Agency. Once CBSA has given you deportation orders you would be provided with one chance of submitting pre removal risk assessment application or PRRA. If the PRRA submitted by you is rejected by the Agency then you will have to leave the country in spite of your family members staying back in the nation. No family ties can hold back your deportation.
Of course once your PRRA refusal decision is handed over to you personally and a receiving signature is taken from you, you would be given adequate time to prepare for your deportation. The officials will give you in writing the date, time border and airline for your deportation. Generally people are deported back to their own home countries.
You have the option of appealing against the deportation to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) which works independently.
The case is taken forward by the IAD from here. IAD will give you enough scope to comprehend your status and circumstances under which you committed a given crime. After rationalizing the whole story they may arrive at decision depending upon your clarification and statements.
They will surely consider your case if you have been running a full-fledged family back in Canada. This is the most important point to consider and also it gives you the biggest appeal to against the deportation order. The beauty is that you will get a complete opportunity of expressing yourself.
You may approach IAD only if you have ordered to leave the country. In cases like imprisonment you cannot appeal at IAD. Here, the role of Immigration Officer will be the largest one but you will not have the facility of making your point and expressing your thoughts and facts. The decision would totally depend upon the officer’s analysis.