New rules regarding citizenship revocation in effect
In our last two blogs, we covered some of the ways that individuals can become Canadian citizens, either through naturalization or birth. This week, we look at Immigration, Refugees and [...]
If you or your family member has misrepresented directly/indirectly or omitted material information, this can lead to a refusal of your application or removal from Canada. Also, people found guilty of misrepresentation are subject to a five (5) year bar and cannot apply to return to Canada during that period.
Misrepresentation includes a multitude of situations such as failing to disclose a family member which leads to exclusion, not disclosing previous immigration refusals, misrepresenting educational or employment background or false identities. Misrepresentation is arguably the most complex of the types of inadmissibility and requires careful analysis and advocacy.