Cases in Canadian Law - 751 Words
Cases in Canadian Law
Dehghani v. Canada: The appellant, a citizen of Iran, arrived in Canada on May 13, 1989, and claimed refugee status. After being questioned in the primary examination line, he was referred to a secondary examination, which involved a long wait, and, as he did not speak English, an interpreter was provided for him. At the secondary interview, the appellant omitted significant facts. This case involves two issues that are worthy of analysis, as he claims, first of all,...
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