"... this book gives an overview of the grounds of inadmissibility to Canada under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, and notes key case law that interprets the governing sections. The second edition provides a thorough update of the law and practice advice pertaining to overcoming inadmissibility."--Provided by publisher.
"The first edition was the product of the efforts of Jacqueline Swaisland and Lorne Waldman and was based on Chapter five of Immigration Law and Practice. This second edition is also based on Chapter 5 of Immigration Law and Practice"--Preface.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Inadmissible sections in immigration procedures Review of decision that person is member of an inadmissible class Rules of interpretation to be applied to inadmissibility sections Low threshold for admissibility of evidence Classifying the inadmissible sections Inadmissibility on security grounds Inadmissibility due to the commission of war crimes or crimes against humanity Criminal inadmissibility The defence of duress and necessity as defences to inadmissibility under sections 34-37 Medical inadmissibility Persons who are inadmissible due to burden on social services : unwillingness or inability to support selves : s. 39 Misrepresentation : section 40 of IRPA Overcoming inadmissibility.
KC203 .W35 2018
Revision of: Waldman, Lorne. Inadmissible to Canada. Markham, Ont. : LexisNexis Canada, 2012
Toronto, Ontario : LexisNexis Canada,