When a refugee claim is rejected by the RPD, in most cases, it can be appealed at the Refugee Appeal Division (RAD). Filing an appeal at the RAD is time sensitive. A thorough analysis of the refugee case and the Reasons for Refusal is done, and the client is advised of the merits of filing an appeal at the RAD. RPD’s record and the transcript of hearing is thoroughly reviewed in preparing appeals records with reference to the case law. The RAD may accept or reject the appeal or send it back to RPD for hearing by a different panel.
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