Is a request for deferral of removal reasonable?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Cao v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2019 FC 1404 (CanLII):

A request for deferral of removal is a discretionary decision to be reviewed against a standard of reasonableness (Baron v. Canada (Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness), 2009 FCA 81 at para 25). A decision is reasonable where the reasons provided are justified, transparent and intelligible and the decision falls within the range of possible, acceptable outcomes defensible in respect of the facts and the law (Dunsmuir v. New Brunswick, 2008 SCC 9 at para 47).

Other Questions

First, if a child is removed from their home by a police officer, would they assert that the seizure was reasonable and reasonable? (MultiRegion, United States of America)
If there is an error in the finding that a defendant is not guilty beyond a reasonable doubt on the basis of reasonable doubt, is that error harmless beyond reasonable doubt? (MultiRegion, United States of America)
Does a request to request that an attorney represent an indigent civil litigant be considered a request by the court? (MultiRegion, United States of America)
What is the test for requesting a brief written statement of reason from a local or appeal board making a decision adverse to the claim of a registrant? (MultiRegion, United States of America)
What is the impact of a pre-removal risk assessment on an application for a deferral of deportation? (Canada (Federal), Canada)
How has reasonable doubt been interpreted by courts in defining reasonable doubt? (MultiRegion, United States of America)
How have the reasons for exclusion been explained in the reasons of the board? (Canada (Federal), Canada)
What is the difference between whether a reasonable officer could have believed that the force used was reasonable under the circumstances? (MultiRegion, United States of America)
Is deferral a temporary measure necessary to obviate a serious practical impediment to immediate removal? (Canada (Federal), Canada)
What is the test for whether a person who has been found unfit to stand trial for murder by reason of reason is considered to be a "dangerous person" under s. 19(1)(a)(ii) of the Mental Health Act? (Canada (Federal), Canada)

Alexi white

"The most advanced legal research software ever built."

Trusted by top litigators from across North America.