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Inadmissibility

Inadmissibility

Inadmissibility

People who apply for permanent residence have to show that they are ‘admissible’ to Canada.   Even though someone has been found to be a Convention refugee or a person in need of protection, they could still be refused permanent residence based on inadmissibility for certain reasons or ‘grounds’:

On grounds of security: An applicant will be inadmissible if:

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