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Canadian immigration and refugee law

Author: Davies B N Bagambiire
Publisher: Aurora, Ont. : Canada Law Book, ©1996.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Davies B N Bagambiire
ISBN: 0888042264 9780888042262
OCLC Number: 35289382
Description: lxvii, 422 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction --
I. Immigration law --
II. Sources of Canadian immigration law --
III. Objectives of Canadian immigration policy --
IV. Basic definitions and concepts --
V. Categories of immigration to Canada --
Chapter 2. Immigration and the Constitution --
I. Section 95 of the Constitution Act, 1867 --
II. Section 91(5) of the Constitution Act, 1867 --
naturalization and aliens --
III. Provinces and immigration --
IV. Federal-provincial immigration agreements --
Chapter 3. Immigrating as a member of the family class --
I. Introduction --
II. Components of the family class category --
III. Applying for landing as a member of the family class --
Chapter 4. Immigrating as an independent --
I. Introduction --
II. Skilled worker applicants --
III. Business applications --
IV. Assisted relative applicants --
Chapter 5. Visitors and minister's permits --
1. Entering Canada as a visitor --
II. Student authorizations --
III. Employment authorizations --
IV. Business visitors under the FTA and NAFTA --
V. Minister's permits --
Chapter 6. Barriers to admission to Canada and grounds for removal of permanent and non-permanent residents --
I. Introduction --
II. Grounds for inadmissibility of an applicant --
III. Inability or unwillingness to support oneself --
IV. Inadmissibility due to criminal convictions and potential criminality --
V. Engaging in espionage and subversion --
s. 19(1)(e), (f) & (g) --
VI. Not being a genuine immigrant or visitor --
VII. Deportees without minister's consent --
VIII. War crimes or crimes against humanity --
IX. Danger to Canada's security --
X. Acts while in service of a government --
XI. Inadmissibility of a dependent of an inadmissable --
XII. Failure to comply with s. 19(2)(d) --
XIII. Removal of permanent and non-permanent residents --
XIV. Grounds for removing permanent residents --
XV. Removal due to s. 19(1)(c.2) to (g), (k) or (l) --
XVI. Conviction of offences outside Canada --
XVII. Conviction of indictable or hybrid offences committed in Canada --
XVIII. Conviction of indictable offences committed outside Canada --
XIX. Conviction of offences for which six months have been imposed or five years may be imposed --
XX. Contravening terms and conditions of landing --
XXI. False documens and misrepresentation of material facts --
XXII. Inability to support oneself or dependents --
XXIII. Grounds for removing visitors --
XXIV. Engaging in unauthorized employment in Canada --
XXV. Remaining in Canada after ceasing to be a visitor --
XXVI. Coming into Canada at place other than port of entry --
XXVII. Ceasing to be a Canadian citizen --
XXVIII. Review of decisions regarding inadmissibility and removal. Chapter 7. Exclusion and removal of unwanted persons and the conduct of immigration inquiries --
I. Introduction --
II. Exclusion at ports of entry --
III. Removal of permanent residents --
IV. Removal of visitors --
V. Conduct of immigration inquiries --
VI. Stay of inquiries --
VII. Official languages and interpretation --
VIII. Decisions and orders of adjudicator after an inquiry --
IX. Stay of removal orders --
X. Setting aside a removal order --
XI. Reopening of inquiries --
XII. Appeal against refusal to stay deportation order --
Chapter 8. Applying for landing from within Canada --
I. Introduction --
II. Classes prescribed pursuant to s. 6(5) of the Act --
III. Section 114(2) and humanitarian and compassionate cases --
IV. Persons determined to be convention refugees --
Chapter 9. Convention refugee determination division --
I. Composition, jurisdiction and hearings --
II. Confidentiality of hearings of refugee claims --
III. Jurisdiction to reopen claims --
IV. Practice and procedure before the refugee division --
Chapter 10. Process of determining convention refugee status --
I. Modalities of acquiring Canadian protection --
II. Current procedure for determining convention refugee status --
III. Definition and application of term "convention refugee" --
IV. Effect of an internal flight alternative --
V. Duty to act fairly in determining convention refugee status --
Chapter 11. The appeal division --
I. Introduction --
II. Jurisdiction and appeals --
III. Hearing of appeals --
IV. Security considerations and the appeal division --
V. Jurisdiction to entertain charter challenges --
VI. Practice and procedure before the appeal division --
Chapter 12. Judicial review in the federal court of Canada --
I. Introduction --
II. Judicial review of immigration and refugee decisions --
III. Grounds for judicial review --
IV. Remedies available on judicial review --
V. Habeas corpus as a remedy in immigration and refugee matters --
VI. Appeal to the federal court of apeal --
Chapter 13. Immigration and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms --
I. Introduction --
II. Jurisdiction to apply the charter --
III. Standing to seek charter remedies --
IV. Specific instances of application of the charter --
V. Section 15 of the charter --
VI. Section 1 of the charter --
VII. Notice of intention to challenge validity of legislation --
VIII. Conclusion --
CHapter 14. Enforcement of the Immigration Act --
I. Introduction --
II. Arrest and detention --
III. Detention reviews --
IV. Special detention powers at ports of entry --
V. Remedies against unlawful detention --
Index.
Responsibility: Davies B.N. Bagambiire.

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