Inadmissible to Canada – The Legal Barriers to Canadian Immigration, 2nd Edition
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In this softcover, easy-to-use manual, Lorne Waldman, Canada’s leading immigration and refugee law practitioner clearly explain the latest changes to immigration law pertaining to inadmissibility to Canada. Written in plain language, this timely guide gives a complete overview of the grounds of inadmissibility and the process used to determine inadmissibility to Canada. The book serves as an indispensable manual for immigration lawyers and consultants of all experience levels (from junior to senior counsel), as well as for immigration law students.
New Edition Features:
- Extensively updated, the new edition covers all the latest developments in the law of inadmissibility, especially in the areas of security and human rights
- Examines grounds for immigration inadmissibility including:
- Medical Inadmissibility
- Inadmissibility Due to Burden on Social Services
- Misrepresentation - Section 40 of IRPA
- Criminal Inadmissibility
- Inadmissibility on Security Grounds
- Inadmissibility Due to the Commission of War Crimes or Crimes Against Humanity
- The Defense of Superior Orders, Duress and Necessity as Defenses to Inadmissibility under Sections 34-37 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA)
- Discusses immigration procedures in admissibility proceedings
- Reviews pertinent inadmissibility decisions
- Explains the latest development in defences that can be used by individuals who may be found inadmissible
- New chapter on Overcoming Inadmissibility
- New topic on Issues of Fair Treatment of Applicants in the Determination of Inadmissibility
- Extensive discussion on crimes against humanity
- Updates on the meaning and definition of “organization” in the context of Inadmissibility Based on Membership in an Organization that has Committed Acts of Terrorism
Who Needs This Book
- Immigration lawyers – Succinct and clear explanation of the latest changes to immigration and refugee laws, as they relate to inadmissibility
- Immigration consultants – Written in plain language that enables non-lawyers to benefit from the guidance contained in the book
- Immigration law students – Provides a complete overview of the procedural system that immigration practitioners follow
- Politicians / Governments – Who need to respond to social issues concerning inadmissible persons
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Inadmissible Sections in Immigration Procedures
Chapter 3: Review of Decision that Person is Member of an Inadmissible Class
Chapter 4: Rules of Interpretation to Be Applied to Inadmissibility Sections
Chapter 5: Low Threshold for Admissibility of Evidence
Chapter 6: Classifying the Inadmissible Sections
Chapter 7: Inadmissibility on Security Grounds
Chapter 8: Inadmissibility Due to the Commission of War Crimes or Crimes Against Humanity
Chapter 9: Criminal Inadmissibility
Chapter 10: The Defense of Superior Orders, Duress and Necessity as Defenses to Inadmissibility Under Sections 34-37
Chapter 11: Medical Inadmissibility
Chapter 12: Persons Who Are Inadmissible Due to Burden on Social Services – Unwillingness or Inability to Support Selves: s. 39
Chapter 13: Misrepresentation – Section 40 of IRPA
Chapter 14: Overcoming Inadmissibility