TYPE OF REMOVAL ORDERS14/07/1397 وبلاگ
If either a CBSA officer or a member of the IRB’s Immigration Division determines that a person has not complied with the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, he or she may issue one of the following removal orders:
Departure order: A departure order requires that the person leave Canada within 30 days after the order becomes enforceable.
Exclusion order: A person who has been removed as a result of an exclusion order cannot return to Canada for one year unless the written permission of the CBSA is obtained. However, people who are issued exclusion orders for misrepresentation cannot return for two years without written authorization from the CBSA.
Deportation order: A person who has been removed as a result of a deportation order is permanently barred from returning to Canada. Such people may never return unless they receive written permission from the CBSA.