Judicial Review of IRB Decisions
Judicial Review is the process by which the Federal Court of Canada will examine some immigration or refugee cases after the Immigration Refugee Board has made its decisions.
Judicial review can only be done by lawyers.
The Federal Court will either agree with the decision that was made by the Immigration Refugee Board, or it will tell the Immigration Refugee Board that it must hear the case again.
A rehearing of your case does not mean that the original decision will be overturned.
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