Canada is a multicultural and diverse country. It upholds its Charter of Rights and Freedoms which affords its citizens and permanent residents the freedom from discrimination of any kind.
The Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) is an independent tribunal contained within the IRB (Immigration and Refugee Board). The IAD oversees immigration matters and is not a division of the federal immigration department, IRCC.
Foreign nationals and non-citizens of Canada can be detained by the Canadian government under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. The detention can be done due to some reasons such as if the non-citizen is found inadmissible to Canada or if the government feels that he/she may not appear for the scheduled hearings and removal orders.
Any person not lawfully allowed to stay in Canada can be deported or sent back to their country of residence. They have to leave once they receive deportation order from the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Re-entry to Canada is possible only when they have written approval from the Ministry.
Removal Order is a government originated order which requires a person to exit Canada due to specific reasons. There may be many reasons why a Removal Order is issued against a person such as