Inadmissibility and Remedies
, Aris Daghighian
General Editors: Cathryn Sawicki and Chantal Desloges
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.
This product is included in the ICL 870 & ICL 880 bundle customized for students enrolled in Queen's Immigration and Citizenship Law program and can be purchased here.
Inadmissibility and Remedies, the third volume in the series, provides practitioners with a clear and concise guidance for representing clients facing allegations of inadmissibility, on the basis of criminality, medical reasons, misrepresentation, and other grounds. Unlike other texts in the area, this handbook’s practical and up-to-date approach guides readers through the process, procedure, and strategic elements involved in overcoming findings of inadmissibility.
Written by authors with years of first-hand experience in this critical area, this all-in-one handbook covers topics such as grounds of inadmissibility, the enforcement and removal regime, admissibility hearings and detention reviews, federal court applications, procedural fairness letters, refugees and protected persons, as well as citizenship prohibitions and revocations. The text concludes with an in-depth review of immigration remedies, including rehabilitation, temporary residence permits, humanitarian and compassionate applications, ministerial relief, and ARC applications, producing the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource for those seeking to understand the complex area of inadmissibility.
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