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Will an applicant be allowed to stay in Canada until the Federal Court decides the case?

Will an applicant be allowed to stay in Canada until the Federal Court decides the case?

Will an applicant be allowed to stay in Canada until the Federal Court decides the case?

In some cases, there is an automatic ‘stay of removal’. This means the applicant is allowed to stay in Canada while they wait for the Federal Court to decide the case.

Some applicants do not get an automatic stay of removal. For example, a refugee claimant who has no right of appeal to the Refugee Appeal Division from a decision of the Refugee Protection Division does not have an automatic stay of removal.

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