Humanitarian & Compassionate
One of the most discrete areas of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) is section 25, Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) Applications. Almost anyone can apply to stay in Canada on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. This includes refugee protection claimants whose claims are not approved by the Immigration and Refugee Board. Your application will not prevent or delay your removal from Canada, you must leave on or before the date stated on your removal order. Your application will still be processed even if you have to leave Canada.
The applicant must clearly demonstrate that they would experience unusual and undeserved or disproportionate hardship if they were required to leave Canada. The onus rests entirely upon the applicant to be clear and precise in the submissions as to exactly what hardship(s) he or she would face if not granted the requested exemptions. The application will be assessed on the information the applicant provides and a decision will be made based on the applicant’s personal circumstances and whether these particular circumstances merit humanitarian and compassionate consideration.
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With over 23 years of experience, Rajpal Singh Hothi has been appearing before the ‘Immigration Appeal Division’ (Full Hearings and Alternative Dispute Resolution conferences) for spousal and parental sponsorship appeals since 1999. Apart from the sponsorship appeals, he offers services in the areas of permanent residence applications: family sponsorship (spousal and parental), humanitarian & compassionate applications, express entry, Canadian experience class, federal skilled worker, temporary resident visa applications (visitor and super visa), extend stay applications (visitor visa/super visa/study permit/work permit), permanent resident card, Canadian citizenship, and ‘drafting & commissioning’ statutory declarations and affidavits etc.
Crown Immigration has a team of dedicated office administrators who research and assist Rajpal in meeting the deadlines and making submissions in a timely manner to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and Immigration & Refugee Board (IRB).
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