Procedures and practice notices

While each division of the IRB is responsible for making decisions on different immigration or refugee matters, they all follow an administrative tribunal process similar to what happens in a court, though less formal. The process is flexible and can take many forms so long as it ensures that the IRB makes well-reasoned, efficient and fair decisions. The IRB tribunal process is based on Canadian law, Canada's international obligations and Canada's humanitarian traditions.

 

Procedures

Applicable to all refugee and immigration matters

Detention reviews and admissibility hearings

Practice notices

Refugee claims

Refugee appeals

Immigration appeals

Detention reviews and admissibility hearings