There are only a handful of circumstances wherein a decision may be appealed to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD).
- A sponsor may appeal to the IAD against a refusal to issue a sponsored family member a permanent resident visa under the family class.
- A foreign national holding a permanent resident visa, a permanent resident, or a protected person, may appeal to the IAD against a removal order against them.
- A permanent resident may appeal to the IAD against a decision made outside of Canada regarding their residency obligation.
Note: Some appeals under these provisions may remain ineligible where some cases of inadmissibility is involved. Other restrictions may apply.
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