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Removal Order from Canada

Removal Order from Canada

Authorization to Return to Canada ARC

If you have received a removal order from the government of Canada and wishing to return then you may be eligible to apply for Authorization to Return to Canada.

Individuals that get removal order can be either due to:

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Understanding Removal Orders

Understanding Removal Orders

I have a Removal Order

A removal order is a notice from the government informing you that you must leave Canada, and giving conditions on when and how you must do. A removal order is issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), and they can be issued to any Canadian permanent resident or foreign national who is in Canada, whom they believe to be inadmissible for any reason. When you receive a removal order, it is important for you to comply with it, try to understand why you were ordered to leave, and understand if there is any further action you can take to appeal the order. This blog will help you understand your situation if you receive a removal order, and explain the potential nest steps you could take, to be able to return to Canada again.

Types of Removal Order

1. Departure Order

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Can I come back to Canada with Removal Order

Can I come back to Canada with Removal Order

Applying for an Authorization to Return Canada

If you are looking to come back to Canada but the government has issued you a removal order then you must apply for an Authorization to Return Canada (ARC) . An Authorization to Return to Canada is a documentation that states you are allowed to enter Canada as long as the conditions of their removal order have been satisfied. The most common reason individuals need an ARC is because they had overstayed their welcome stay in Canada as student, worker or tourist. Another reason you can be removed from Canada is for getting charged with a criminal record. Below will discuss different types of removal orders and what steps you can take to return based on your unique situation.

Who needs an Authorization to Return Canada?

There are a few different types of Removal Orders one may receive that is why it is advisable to recognize what type was issued to you before starting the ARC application process; as this piece of documentation is not necessary for all forms of removal orders.

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What to Do When On Removal Order from Canada

What to Do When On Removal Order from Canada

Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC)

When issued a removal order from Canada, it is in your best interests to comply with the order if you wish to return in the future. After receiving a removal order, it is highly likely that you may need to apply for an Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC). The first section of this article will examine the types of removal orders given and which conditions require an ARC. The second section of this article will examine the assessment process when evaluating an ARC application.

Types of Removal Order

There are many reasons that removal orders are issued to non-Canadian citizens residing in Canada. Most removal orders are given based on inadmissibility. Some typical examples of inadmissibility outlined in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) that could result in a removal order include:

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Do I Need An Authorization To Return To Canada

Do I Need An Authorization To Return To Canada

ARC

If you have received a removal order from Canada, then you need and Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC) in order to come back into Canada.

Three Types of Removal Order

Departure Order

A person who receives a departure order would be told to leave Canada within 30 days. If a person leaves Canada within that time period and verified their departure with a Canadian Immigration Officer at the port of exit then they do not need an Authorization to Return to Canada ARC for future. They can simply return after a normal examination at the port of entry. However, if the person left Canada without verifying their departure or after the 30 day deadline then the departure order becomes a deportation order and would require an ARC to re-enter Canada. A departure order is issued for a less serious violation of immigration law.

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