Saving lost family members - R117(9)(d)
- in English
ICCRC 3 CPD hours available until: 11.09.2019
- Introduction to s. 117(9)(d)
o Discussion of IRPR s. 117(9)(d): Who is caught by this provision?
o Consequences to failure to declare dependents
o Ethical/professional obligations: advising an applicant who doesn’t want to declare family members; duty of candour
- Overcoming IRPR s. 117(9)(d)
o Discussion of options to overcome: sponsorship or use of H&C relief or a combination of both?
o Role of credibility in overcoming failure to declare
o Responding to a procedural fairness letter based on IRPR s. 117(9)(d) allegations
o Jurisdiction of the Immigration Appeal Division over denials of sponsorship applications based on IRPR s.117(9)(d)
o Use of H&C relief under IRPA s. 25
o Reviewing of relevant case law regarding IRPR s. 117(9)(d)
- Case scenario: Meeting with a client who failed to declare their spouse or dependent child
o Gathering relevant information and facts
o Determining the client’s options and how to discuss in a constructive manner with the client
o Determining appropriate documents to collect
o Professional obligation: advising clients as to merits of application and lengthy timelines; how to manage client expectations
300 The East Mall
- regular fee - $ 90.00
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