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What happens if an applicant is successful in Federal Court?

What happens if an applicant is successful in Federal Court?

What happens if an applicant is successful in Federal Court?

When a judicial review application is successful, the applicant’s case is sent back for a new decision.  For example, when the Court overturns a decision of the Refugee Appeal Division, the case is sent back to be decided by a different member of the Refugee Appeal Division.

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