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Injunction Granted Against Immigration Department

Injunction Granted Against Immigration Department

Old Jul 17th 2003, 7:32 pm
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Khawar
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Injunction Granted Against Immigration Department

Canada's immigration department was dealt a serious blow late yesterday
afternoon after a Federal Court judge slapped it with an injunction preventing
it from rejecting the applications of skilled workers who applied before Jan. 1,
2002, to immigrate to Canada.

The move affects an estimated 100,000 people caught in a backlog when Canada
decided to change the selection criteria for prospective immigrants.

"The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration is directed to refrain from finally
rejecting applications for permanent residence submitted before the 1st of
January 2002 by economic class applicants seeking immigrant visas and who have
not been provided notice of a decision thereon before the date of this Order."
 
Old Jul 18th 2003, 2:36 am
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Andrew Miller
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It is already few weeks old news my friend and everybody in this forum knows
about it. You should browse through past posts before posting outdated news.

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"Khawar" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > 2.1 News Briefs
    > Injunction Granted Against Immigration Department
    > Canada's immigration department was dealt a serious blow late yesterday
    > afternoon after a Federal Court judge slapped it with an injunction
preventing
    > it from rejecting the applications of skilled workers who applied before
Jan. 1,
    > 2002, to immigrate to Canada.
    > The move affects an estimated 100,000 people caught in a backlog when
Canada
    > decided to change the selection criteria for prospective immigrants.
    > "The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration is directed to refrain from
finally
    > rejecting applications for permanent residence submitted before the 1st of
    > January 2002 by economic class applicants seeking immigrant visas and who
have
    > not been provided notice of a decision thereon before the date of this
Order."
 
Old Jul 18th 2003, 5:49 pm
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Bill Stephen
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[email protected] (Khawar) wrote in message news:...
    > 2.1 News Briefs
    >
    > Injunction Granted Against Immigration Department
    >
    > Canada's immigration department was dealt a serious blow late yesterday
    > afternoon after a Federal Court judge slapped it with an injunction preventing
    > it from rejecting the applications of skilled workers who applied before Jan. 1,
    > 2002, to immigrate to Canada.
    >
    > The move affects an estimated 100,000 people caught in a backlog when Canada
    > decided to change the selection criteria for prospective immigrants.
    >
    > "The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration is directed to refrain from finally
    > rejecting applications for permanent residence submitted before the 1st of
    > January 2002 by economic class applicants seeking immigrant visas and who have
    > not been provided notice of a decision thereon before the date of this Order."

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