Avoiding, dealing and overcoming misrepresentation
- in person
- in English
The purpose of the misrepresentation provision in the IRPA is to ensure that applicants provide honest and accurate information to IRCC. The provision is quite broad and can include a vast array of scenarios, which may result in your client's application being refused or the client being denied admission to Canada.
Understanding that the goal behind the "misrepresentation" section is to encourage and support the integrity of the program, it is important for practitioners to understand their role and how they can support the objectives of the Act (IRPA).
300 The East Mall
- regular fee - $ 90.00
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