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Heron Law Success Story: Overturning a Client鈥檚 LMIA-Based Work Permit Refusal

We helped a client from Tajikistan successfully obtain an LMIA-based work permit after their initial refusal. Despite strong evidence of his qualifications, his application was denied for allegedly not demonstrating the ability to perform the job. Heron Law Offices challenged the refusal in Federal Court, arguing that the decision was unreasonable and based on a misinterpretation of the applicant’s qualifications. The court ordered a redetermination by a different immigration officer. After submitting updated documents, the client received a work permit in March 2024. This case highlights the significance of judicial review in the Canadian immigration process.


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