Removal Orders / Deportation

There are three types of removal orders.

1. Departure Order ( IMM 5238)

If you have received a Departure order you must leave Canada within required 30 days. At the port of exit you  must inform the Canadian Immigration officer about your exiting Canada. In doing so you can come back to Canada, subject to normal examination when to come to the port of entry.

If you don’t leave Canada within 30 days of receiving the departure order or if you leave country without verifying your departure with Canadian Immigration officer at port of exit then the departure order will automatically become an Deportation order and you will require ARC to come back to Canada.

2. Exclusion Order ( IMM 1214B)
An exclusion order is a type of removal order. If you get an exclusion order, you won’t be able to  return to Canada for one year. If the reason for the exclusion order was “misrepresentation” then you won’t be able to return Canada for 5 Years. On receiving exclusion order you must obtain a certificate of departure (IMM 0056B) showing the date you left Canada.

3. Deportation Order (IMM 5238B)

If you have been the subject of a Deportation Order, you need to leave Canada within the specified time and you may not return to Canada unless you receive an Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC).

Did You Receive a Removal Order From Canada?

If so, please contact us. All our cases are handled by competent and experienced immigration professionals.

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