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From which country should Appeal be made?

From which country should Appeal be made?

Old Jan 29th 2002, 1:12 am
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Chanhing
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I am sponsoring my parents into Canada this year. If one of them is rejected because
of possible medical "burden" on the system, is it better if I make an appeal from
here in Canada or from their country of origin (which is a 3rd world country where
processing can be rather slow)?

How often do appeals result in a favourable decision for the applicants? And is this
a costly exercise?

Thanks!
 
Old Jan 29th 2002, 5:18 am
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Jim Humphries
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You will have to appeal within Canada. Costs vary considerably but run to a few
thousands normally. A favourable decision would depend on the grouds for the refusal
- its not bad really. Jim Humphries

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