Discretionary power in immigration law

Seminar ID
ION-2018-10-11B
Date and time
Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 13:30 EDT   see it in calendar
Presenter
Joel  Sandaluk
Joel Sandaluk
presenter's bio
Attendance
  • in person
  • webinar
  • recording
Languages
  • in English
CPD hours
LSBC 3 CPD hours
ICCRC 3 CPD hours
Description

Discretion is the power or right to make official decisions using reason and judgment to choose from among acceptable alternatives.

This seminar will deal with some aspects of the discretionary decision making:

· What types of applications are involved in discretionary decision making?

· How is discretion exercised?

· What is meant by “reasonable”?

· How to prepare submissions for discretionary decision making?

Decisions in complex and controversial policy areas are often left to civil servants. As a result, civil servants use their discretionary power to make decisions that will likely have important consequences for society. This is the case with immigration

Venue
Pace Law Firm
300 The East Mall
Toronto
M9B 6B7

Capacity: 20
Duration
3 hours
Cost
  • regular fee - $ 90.00
 

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