Appeals to the Federal Court of Canada (Judicial Review)
You may apply to the Federal Court of Canada for leave to commence a judicial review for any decision rendered by the Canadian immigration authorities that are not subject to a right of appeal to an immigration tribunal. Although you may represent yourself at the Federal Court, it is a complex and esoteric process. Furthermore, it involves a significant amount of paperwork that is highly technical as well as litigation before a Federal Court judge. Indeed, the administration of the Federal Court recommends that you retain a lawyer.
removal risk assessment (PRRA) application