The client’s mother had permanent residence status in Canada, but overstayed her time in Iran and as a result, did not meet her residency obligations for permanent residence status, and as such, was refused a travel document to return to Canada.
When the client contacted us, we realized that the refusal to issue the travel document was valid in law, however, after careful investigation and review of her family situation and circumstances, we were able to prepare and present strong Humanitarian and Compassionate arguments to the Immigration and Appeal Division, and were successful at her appeal!
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