Discretionary decision making under IRPA
- in English
CICC (ICCRC) 3 CPD hours available until: 19.02.2022
Discretionary Decision Making under IRPA
What is it, where are we now, and how did we get to where we are today
• Discretionary decision making in Immigration and Citizenship
o What is it
o Where do you find it
• Rules and Principles that govern discretionary decision making
o Natural Justice/Administrative Law – what does it mean
o Who is held accountable under administrative law
• How the Federal Court work
• Principles of Natural Justice
o Opportunity to Present one’s case
o Opportunity to respond
o Duty to consider all the evidence
o Right to counsel
o Right to an interpreter
o Legitimate Expectations
o Right to an impartial decision maker and freedom from bias
o Institutional independence/he who hears decides
o Right to reasons
• How did we get to the current application of the above noted principles (a history of some landmark cases).
• Grounds for Review
• Standard of Review. Is it the same for everything?
• Procedural Fairness letters.
• Judicial Remedies
• Recent and Current cases at the Federal Court to watch out for.
- regular fee - $ 90.00
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