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What is a cessation order?

What is a cessation order?

What is a cessation order?

The Board makes a cessation order if it decides that a person does not need refugee protection any longer. In some cases, a cessation order can lead to the loss of permanent resident status. Even permanent residents who have lived in Canada for many years could be at risk of losing their status.

A cessation order based on any of these three reasons will result in the loss of permanent resident status:

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