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IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — Permanent residence applications — Applicant applied for residence in Quebec as immigrant investor — Minister denied application — Minister maintained decision after administrative review — Applicant asserted selection process was flawed and she was denied fair hearing by immigration officials who did not give her opportunity to present her case and respond to their concerns — Applicant sought to annul decision and return file to immigration officials for further consideration — Applicant sought judicial review — Application dismissed — Applicant was given fair hearing — Applicant was given opportunity to show that she met Quebec selection criteria by showing that she lawfully obtained assets in China in support of her bid as an immigrant investor — Applicant’s evidence on point was incomplete and contradictory — Immigration officials acted reasonably in denying her application

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