Taylorson v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2009 CanLII 73868 (I.R.B.)

Marriage of Convenience Case

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This individual's spouse was denied permanent residency because Citizenship and Immigration Canada determined that the marriage was one of convenience. After proving that the relationship was genuine, the decision was overtuned in our clients' favour.

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