Canadian Refugee Protection Law Guide
, Gentiana Morina
This product is included in the ICL 860 bundle customized for students enrolled in Queen's Immigration and Citizenship Law program and can be purchased here.
General Editors: Cathryn Sawicki and Chantal Desloge
Supported by the expertise of General Editors Cathryn Sawicki and Chantal Desloges, Emond’s new Immigration Law Series provides a practical approach to all areas of immigration law.
Canadian Refugee Protection Law Guide, the fourth volume in Emond’s Immigration Law Series, offers a clear and concise account of the procedural and strategic elements involved in achieving refugee status for one’s client. Unlike other texts in this area, this guidebook’s “how-to” approach helps readers navigate each phase of Canada’s refugee determination procedures, from initial proceedings to appeals and remedies.
Authored by immigration and refugee law experts, David Matas and Gentiana Moriana, this guidebook examines a wide range of topics, including refugee entry to Canada, detention, refugee claims and hearings, PRRA applications, humanitarian applications, refugee sponsorships, appeals, and refusals. For situations where the client is already in Canada, this book also covers work permits, health insurance, permanent residence as a refugee, cessation, court remedies, and more, producing an essential resource for anyone seeking comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of Canada’s refugee protection and determination systems.
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