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The application for leave and judicial review (“JR Application”) of your rejected visa includes taking all the steps necessary to file a complete JR Application with the Federal Court of Canada.

Your matter can come to a conclusion and our engagement can come to an end in one of the following three ways:

1- The first Judge reviewing the JR Application dismisses your JR Application in which case the remedy available to you is to make a new temporary residence visa application, a service which Pax Law Corporation can offer for an extra fee;

2- leave is granted, in which case your matter progresses to a hearing, and the outcome of the hearing will determine whether the JR Application is successful or unsuccessful;

3- The Department of Justice offers a settlement in your case, in which case we will discontinue the JR Application on your instructions and Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (“IRCC”) will assign your visa application to another officer for redetermination.

After a successful JR Application, either by way of a settlement or a favourable court order, your file will go back to IRC. Your file will be reopened, and specific updates (the “Updates”) must be provided to IRCC. If the Updates are not provided to IRCC, or if there are mistakes in the provided Updates, your visa application may be rejected again.  

If you chose to retain us to provide the Updates on your behalf, Pax Law Corporation reserves the right to charge an additional fee to provide the Updates on your behalf. If IRCC requests your passport to issue a visa to you, Pax Law Corporation will not issue a refund to you.

You are responsible for providing us with ALL THE SUBMITTED DOCUMENTS to Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada within 14 days of executing this retainer agreement. If you fail to provide us with all the submitted documents on time, we have the right to terminate this agreement and refuse to act for you any further.]

The Department of Justice may offer to settle your matter on the usual terms (the “Offer”). The offer will be on the following terms: you will agree to discontinue your action without costs to either party.

In exchange, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada will set aside the refusal decision and send your application back to a different visa officer for redetermination.

You will have an opportunity to provide updates on your application.

If you would like to start your application for leave and judicial review, contact Pax Law today.


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