An Officer will sometimes provide an opportunity to respond to a
Section 44 Report
Responding to a Section 44 Report
What is a Section 44 Report?
- Permanent Residents other than those who are alleged to not have met their residency obligations
- Foreign Nationals who might be inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality or criminality for convictions that did not arise in Canada
- Foreign Nationals facing admissibility issues other than those prescribed under R. 228 of the Regulations
It is important to provide as much evidence and documentation to demonstrate a person’s personal circumstances and their family members if applicable depeding on the nature of the allegations found within the section 44 Report.
In lights of the serious consequences of a section 44 Report (Removal or Deportation Order and/or inadmisisbility to Canada) it is advisable to seek legal advice and ensure that one understands the issues and the concerns that the case raises.
If you received an opportunity to respond to a section 44 Report before it is issued you may want to book a paid consultation to discuss your matter with us.
Please note that this is general Information and should not be construed as legal advice.