Canada Immigration Case law Ahmed v Canada, IMMIGRATION — Exclusion and expulsion — Removal orders Editorial Canada Immigration, Caselaws, Exclusion and expulsion, Removal orders Leave a Comment

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IMMIGRATION — Exclusion and expulsion — Removal orders — Refugee Protection Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board denied applicant refugee protection primarily on ground that there was insufficient credible evidence to establish that applicant continued to be of interest to authorities in country of origin — Applicant sought order staying his removal pending determination of his application for leave and for judicial review of Board’s decision — Motion granted — Applicant established there was serious issue to be tried — Applicant raised serious issue regarding Board’s assessment of his credibility — Applicant would suffer irreparable harm, given well-documented poor human rights record of country of origin — Decision regarding leave and judicial review would be made in near future — Applicant did not have history of abusing Canada’s immigration laws — Applicant did not present threat to Canadian public — Balance of convenience favored applicant.

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