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Decisions and Judgments
Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP has extensive experience in complex immigration litigation and appellate advocacy. Members of our firm are available to attend in person, by video and telephone conference at immigration hearings and appeals. The following is a sample of recent decisions in cases where members of our firm appeared as counsel.
The case name is provided below where the proceeding was, by operation of law, a matter of public record.
Diabate v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2013 FC 129 Overturning a decision by an Immigration Officer to reject a Humanitarian and Compassionate application. The court held that it was not required for the Applicant to establish that the circumstances that he would face were not generally faced by others in his country.
Quieto v. Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness), 2012 52042 (IRB) Quashing a Deportation Order made against a Permanent Resident of Canada. The Appellant, who had lived in Canada for many years, filed a motion to reopen his appeal after it had been dismissed, but prior to his deportation. The Tribunal heard the Appellant’s case while he was in Portugal after being satisfied that there were sufficient Humanitarian and Compassionate considerations, the Tribunal allowed his appeal and ordered that he be permitted to return to Canada as a Permanent Resident.
Osisanwo v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) 2011 FC 1126 Overturning a Visa Officer’s decision to deny a person’s application to sponsor his parents and disabled brother to Canada due to an alleged misrepresentation concerning the parentage of the sponsor’s brother. The court held that the Applicants had not made a material misrepresentation of fact because they had no knowledge of the fact that constituted the misrepresentation.