Canada Immigration Caselaw Canada v Rasakumar, Selection and admission, Humanitarian and compassion grounds, Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Rasakumar

IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — Humanitarian and compassionate grounds

Applicant left country of origin and his claim for asylum in United States was granted preliminary acceptance — Applicant’s claim for refugee protection in Canada was rejected — Officer of Citizenship and Immigration refused applicant’s application for exemption from visa requirements for permanent residence on humanitarian and compassionate grounds — Applicant sought judicial review — Application dismissed — Officer’s decision was reasonable — Officer did not fetter is discretion by referring to Refugee Board decision — Officer was correct in stating that evidence was materially same

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