Inadmissibility Appeal

Immigration Firm in Scarborough, Toronto

Springwind Immigration will help you to review your case. Book an appointment/initial consultation with us today. You will receive one-on-one guidance in how we can help you overcome difficult situations, such as being inadmissible to Canada. We can apply for deemed rehabilitation if you are qualified. You can also help you appeal immigration’s decision about your inadmissibility.

Under what circumstance will you be inadmissible to Canada?

You could be found inadmissible on the following situations:

1. You committed a crime in Canada or outside Canada that is equivalent to a crime in Canada

2. You mis-represented yourself in your immigration or visa applications

3. You have medical issues that could cause excessive demand on Canadian health care systems

4. You can’t prove that you can financially support yourself without relying on social assistance

5. You did not fulfil your permanent residency obligation

6. You violated immigration and refugee law, such as work without authorization or over-stay your temporary stay, or study without authorization

What Can you do if you face one of the above situations?

Seek professional legal advice right away! Do not delay. Because if you delay, you could be removed from Canada.

Springwind Immigration has experiences handling these cases, contact us. Springwind can help you appeal immigration’s decision about your inadmissibility.

Understanding criminality and loss of permanent residence

A permanent resident loses their permanent residence status and faces deportation from Canada if they become inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality. Depending on the circumstances, even people who came to Canada as refugees may be deported. Permanent residents can also lose their status on grounds of serious criminality, security grounds, organized criminality, international crimes or misrepresentation.

What you can do?

Springwind Immigration encourage permanent residents to apply for citizenship as soon as they are eligible, for themselves and for their children. Recent changes to the rules make it easier for minors to become citizens even if their parents can’t. Citizens cannot be deported.

Appeal or no appeal?

As a general rule, permanent residents can appeal a decision to strip them of their status and deport them. However, permanent residents who are inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality have no appeal if: They have been sentenced in Canada to prison for 6 months or more, or The crime was committed outside of Canada.

Why an appeal matters?

The appeal is crucial because permanent residents can raise humanitarian factors for why they should not be deported, such as: they came to Canada as a child and have lived most of their life in this country; they have young children who would be affected if their parent is deported; they are living with mental health issues which would be seriously worsened if they were deported.

What Springwind Immigration Can do for you?

We can help evaluation your situation and see if there are any humanitarian factors we can raise in the hearing. We can help you connect with resources that will help with your rehabilitation if you are facing criminal inadmissibility. Our founder Jenny Lin used to work in non-profit organizations and have connections with many community resources. We can help people with housing / work / volunteer / community connection – this can increase the chances of success of submissions on humanitarian grounds. We can help people with rehabilitation measures – addictions treatment, mental health counseling, medical referrals/diagnosis, prescriptions, violence prevention programming, etc.