2015-02-06 | 2015 FC 159 | IMM-5959-14 Ma v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) Principle Established An application is officially received by CIC only when all required documents are received. S. 10(5) of the IRPR applies to inland spousal sponsorship agreements CIC does not owe a duty of procedural fairness regarding an application that has been set aside
2015-02-12 | 2015 FC 172 | IMM-5323-13 Barua v Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness) Principle Established: A foreign national applying for a work permit with the intention of eventually becoming a permanent resident can be validly excluded from Canada if it seems likely that he will not leave Canada upon the expiration of his work permit.
2015-02-04 | 2015 FC 141 | IMM-4550-13 Song v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) Principles Established An applicant for Canadian Experience class permanent residency cannot be rejected merely because his employment experience does not match the exact wording of the required employment duties listed in the National Occupation Classification [NOC]. Such an application also cannot be rejected merely
2015-02-18 | 2015 FC 206 | IMM-446-14 Asoyan v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) Principle Established Once an applicant indicates that she is having trouble receiving e-mails from CIC, it is CIC’s duty to ensure that the applicant receives all subsequent e-mails. Facts Asoyan applied for judicial review of CIC’s decision to reject her application for permanent residency.
2015-02-04 | 2015 CF 142 | T-338-14 Miji c Canada (Citoyenneté et Immigration) Principle Established If a citizenship applicant satisfies s. 5(1) of the Citizenship Act under a qualitative analysis, it is a violation of procedural fairness to reject his application based on a failure to satisfy s. 5(1) under a quantitative analysis. Facts Miji sought judicial