Canada Immigration Case law Afridi v Canada, Inadmissible and removable classes — Terrorism

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Judgement of this Case: Click Here! IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Terrorism — Applicant was Mohajir citizen of Pakistan — In 1990, applicant joined All Pakistani Mohajir Student Organization, which was student wing of Muttahida Quami Movement (“MQM”) — In 1992, MQM split into two factions — Applicant chose to join MQM-A, which was subject to intense government …

Canada Immigration Caselaw, Concepcion v. Canada, IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Criminality

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  Judgement of this video, Click Here! IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Criminality — Applicant wished to sponsor her husband for permanent residence — Husband was found to be inadmissible for having committed crimes against humanity because he was complicit in army’s crimes by having been aware of them and contributing to them by facilitating transmission of communications …

Canada Immigration Caselaw, Clare v. Canada, IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Criminality

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Judgement of this case, Click Here! IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Criminality — Foreign national was citizen of India who obtained landed immigrant status in Canada in 2004 — Foreign national was subsequently convicted in US of conspiracy to import marijuana and after serving his sentence of two years, was deported to India — Foreign national returned to …

Canada Immigration Caselaw, Chaar v. Canada, IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Loss of permanent resident status

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Judgement of this Case, Click Here! IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Loss of permanent resident status — Mother became permanent resident of Canada in 2006 — After two months, she returned to Lebanon with her children to settle her affairs there — Family returned to Canada in 2009 but mother and daughter returned to Lebanon after only ten …

Canada Immigration Caselaw Brar v. Canada, IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Misrepresentation

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Judgement of this case, Click Here! IMMIGRATION — Inadmissible and removable classes — Misrepresentation — Foreign nationals were citizens of India who applied for permanent residence under family class — In December 2013 five criminal charges were laid against principal foreign national in India — Foreign national and complainant in criminal case entered into compromise or plea arrangement on January …