Applicant did not show meaningful rehabilitation

Federal court | Immigration

EXCLUSION AND EXPULSION

Applicant did not show meaningful rehabilitation

Applicant’s appeal of removal order on humanitarian and compassionate grounds was dismissed. Application for judicial review was dismissed. IAD’s reasons considered interests of applicant’s child. IAD was reasonable in assessment of lack of financial dependency of child on father. IAD considered all evidence. It was reasonable to conclude applicant did not show meaningful rehabilitation. IAD’s consideration of availability of family support system and recognition of positive factor was reasonable. IAD’s determination of applicant’s economic establishment was reasonable.

Koonjoo v. Canada (Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness) (Oct. 21, 2011, F.C., Near J., File No. IMM-1231-11) 208 A.C.W.S. (3d) 375 (13 pp.).

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