This involves making a claim; submitting the necessary documentation; attending a hearing; and finally, awaiting a decision.
Information concerning the procedures for Admissibility Hearings and Detention Reviews, as well as legal decisions and guidelines
Information on making a complaint about the conduct of a member, an unauthorized paid representative or an interpreter
During the Canadian immigration process, the difference between each government department you encounter may not be entirely clear to you. For example, the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada differs from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and is separated into four divisions. This blog post discusses this administrative tribunal and its counterparts to understand better what to expect when you apply to immigrate to Canada.
The Immigration and Refugee Board is not the first government agency newcomers encounter
Most newcomers will interact with other Canadian immigration bodies before encountering the Immigration and Refugee Board, including the Canada Border Services Agency and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.