Any person not lawfully allowed to remain in Canada may be deported or sent back to their country of residence. They have to depart once they receive a deportation order from the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Re-entry to Canada is possible only with written approval from the Ministry.
A person could also be deported from Canada because of various reasons. Canadian immigration authorities need relevant travel documents and confirmation of the country of residence to deport an individual. It is recommended to show full-cooperation to the immigration authorities to make sure you are on the right side of the law. Legal compliance will allow you to return to Canada in the future lawfully.
Removal Order is a government originated order which requires a person to exit Canada due to specific reasons. There may be many reasons why a Removal Order is issued against a person such as:
If you happen to receive a Removal Orders, it is essential to understand the type of Removal Orders you have received and its legal implications. Since removal orders are time-sensitive, you will need to consider your options for challenging the decision and staying in Canada.
There are three types of Removal Orders such as:
You need to leave Canada within the next 30 days and report your departure to a Border Services Officer (or similar officials). If you do not leave Canada in the specified time or if you do not report your departure, the departure order turns into a deportation order automatically.
You need to leave Canada within the specified time and do not get back to Canada within the next 12 months. In case of exclusion orders due to misrepresentation, you may not return to Canada within the next five years.
If a deportation order has been received, You need to leave Canada within the specified time and confirm the CBSA when you exit the country. In case, the person does not update CBSA while exiting, CBSA will make arrangements for your deportation from Canada.
When you receive a removal order you usually need to receive an Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC) before having the ability to return to Canada. The need for the ARC depends upon the type of removal order you received.
When you submit an ARC application you need to address the following issues: