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It is possible to present an application for judicial review before the Federal Court of Canada for any decision rendered by IRCC for which an appeal procedure is not already provided for by IRCC’s law or by one of its visa offices.

It is important to note that a request for authorisation addressed to the Federal Court of Canada must be presented in a timely manner. If the contested decision is issued in Canada, the request for authorization must be instituted within 15 days following the notification of the written decision. In the case of a decision rendered abroad (for example: refusal from a Canadian embassy abroad), the request for authorization must be instituted before the Federal Court of Canada within 60 days from the notification of the decision.

Determine whether your reasons for addressing the Federal Court of Canada are well-founded by consulting one of our attorneys.