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Court decision about new immig rules, Mr. Andrew Miller Plz.

Court decision about new immig rules, Mr. Andrew Miller Plz.

Old Mar 25th 2003, 5:15 pm
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Default Court decision about new immig rules, Mr. Andrew Miller Plz.

According to the decision by Mr. Justice Michael Kelen orders Citizenship and Immigration Canada to process 102 applications under rules that existed before June 28, 2002, when new regulations took effect.
Although the judge applied the decision to only those 102 cases, people who filed before Dec. 31, 2001. But it was expected that the lawyers may return to court asking to have the decision extended to other applicants.
Is there any news or update regarding this issue.
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Old Mar 26th 2003, 2:09 am
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You missed the most important part of the ruling - that those 102 cases must
be assessed before March 31, 2003. It is unfortunately too late to have
similar ruling to be extended to any applicant that has not been included in
the said case or that has not yet filed for similar ruling to the court on
his/her own.

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"steve1" wrote in message
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    > According to the decision by Mr. Justice Michael Kelen orders
    > Citizenship and Immigration Canada to process 102 applications
    > under rules that existed before June 28, 2002, when new regulations
    > took effect.
    > Although the judge applied the decision to only those 102 cases, people
    > who filed before Dec. 31, 2001. But it was expected that the lawyers may
    > return to court asking to have the decision extended to other
    > applicants.
    > Is there any news or update regarding this issue.
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Old Mar 26th 2003, 8:23 am
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"Andrew Miller" wrote in message news:...
    > You missed the most important part of the ruling - that those 102 cases must
    > be assessed before March 31, 2003. It is unfortunately too late to have
    > similar ruling to be extended to any applicant that has not been included in
    > the said case or that has not yet filed for similar ruling to the court on
    > his/her own.

An article in the "Toronto Star" from March 15, 2003 implies that
there likely will be additional legal action in regard to the
remaining 80,000-120,000 applicants.

Go to: http://www.torontostar.com and do a search for "Making it
Harder to Get In".
 
Old Mar 26th 2003, 8:58 am
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Default Re: Court decision about new immig rules, Mr. Andrew Miller Plz.

Here is Immigration Minister's response to the Toronto Star article:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/press/0...r-torstar.html

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Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)

For confidential phone consultation go here:

http://members.yahoo.liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada
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"David Tew" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > "Andrew Miller" wrote in message
news:...
    > > You missed the most important part of the ruling - that those 102 cases
must
    > > be assessed before March 31, 2003. It is unfortunately too late to have
    > > similar ruling to be extended to any applicant that has not been
included in
    > > the said case or that has not yet filed for similar ruling to the court
on
    > > his/her own.
    > An article in the "Toronto Star" from March 15, 2003 implies that
    > there likely will be additional legal action in regard to the
    > remaining 80,000-120,000 applicants.
    > Go to: http://www.torontostar.com and do a search for "Making it
    > Harder to Get In".
 

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