Tag: deportation

Immigration law amendments another barrier for abused women

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In a recent Rabble.ca article, “Domestic violence cases spike after immigration law amendment“, Ferrukh Faruqui writes, “women are most subject to violence in the refuge of their homes. Newcomers are not immune to this cross cultural pandemic.” Since 2012, changes

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Can a woman’s family court case have an impact on her immigration matter?

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The timing of a woman’s application to family court can be very important to her immigration case.  If she has lived in Canada for many years and has had custody of her Canadian child without formalizing that relationship in family

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Can a woman be deported without her child?

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A woman can be deported without her child in some circumstances. Where the child is a Canadian citizen, Immigration leaves it up to the mother to decide whether or not to take her child if she is ordered to leave

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