Minister’s appeal of an ID decision
If the Immigration Division (ID) decides that you are not inadmissible and can remain in Canada, the Minister of Public Safety can appeal to the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) within 30 days of the decision.
This is known as a Minister’s appeal (subsection 63(5) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act). You can participate in the appeal in order to explain why you should remain in Canada. You do not have to do this alone.
Guide to Canada Immigration Services has extensive experience with representing individuals facing these appeals. We are familiar with the legal processes. These cases can be extremely complex and you do not have do this alone.
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