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The Federal Court of Appeal denied the application of an immigrant who intended to immigrate under the Humanitarian and Compassionate reasons

On February 7, 2022, the Federal Court of Appeal denied the request of an applicant who was rejected by the Federal Court of Canada. The applicant disagreed with the 2013 amendments to section 25 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and found it unacceptable with the fairness obligation. The Federal Court of Appeal concluded that Canadian immigration legislation allows some applicants to immigrate and settle in Canada under humanitarian and compassionate considerations, however, this should be considered as a privilege rather than a right.

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