Ministerial Relief Exemption Requests

Meurrens LawInadmissibility

Foreign nationals who are found to be inadmissible to Canada on the basis of security (including espionage, subversion, engaging in terrorism, or being a member of a group that engages in terrorism), certain human and international rights violations, or organised crime can still visit or immigrate to Canada despite being inadmissible for such serious reasons if they … Read More


Meurrens LawImmigration Trends

Agraria v. Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness), 2013 SCC 36 This is a Supreme Court of Canada decision so there is much to take from it, and I will barely be able to begin to scratch the surface in this post. Mr. Agraria submitted an IRPA s. 34(2) application for ministerial relief in 2002. … Read More