Canada Immigration Caselaw Ullah v. Canada, IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — Sponsorship

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IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — Sponsorship — Claimant’s application for permanent residence was dismissed — Visa officer found that claimant was not likely to become economically established in Canada, and lacked necessary English language skills and work experience to perform duties of dishwasher he had been hired for — Accused brought application for judicial review — Application granted — Determination did not meet standard of reasonableness — Officer did not show that claimant did not have required language skills — New hearing ordered

Ullah v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (June 1, 2016, E. Heneghan J., Federal Court) 266 A.C.W.S. (3d) 948

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