Canada Immigration Case-law Canada v Charles, Humanitarian and compassionate grounds by Joy Stephen,Polinsys

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IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — Humanitarian and compassionate grounds

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Applicant was denied refugee protection and received negative pre-removal risk assessment — Applicant’s ex-husband was deported back to country of origin and applicant fears for her safety at his hands were she deported to country of origin — Applicant had Canadian child who suffered from seizures and speech problems — Applicant worked briefly after birth of child and was convicted of several criminal offences in Canada, including theft, fraud and forgery — Officer rejected applicant’s application for permanent residence from within Canada on humanitarian and compassionate grounds — Applicant sought judicial review — Application granted — Officer overlooked issue of violence at hands of ex-husband

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