Detention Review And Refugee ClaimsNovember 18, 2023 ⚊ 1 Min read ⚊ Views 11 ⚊ TRAVEL
A permanent resident for refugee or foreign national may detained or arrested at the airport by the CBSA even after obtaining a valid visa due to failure in establishing their identity, not passing an interview and other reasons. Therefore, their entry in Canada is denied to avoid Flight Risk and they are deemed inadmissible.
If an individual is arrested and detained or refugee at the airport, then a detention review will be held within 48 hours, seven days or 30 days. At a detention review, the Immigration Division will evaluate the file to assess the situation and reasons to remain in Canada. After that, either entry will granted or remain detained, depending on the evidence gathered and the case outcome.