Detention Cases


Foreign nationals or permanent residents believed to be in violation of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act are detained by CBSA on the grounds for inadmissibility to, or removal from, Canada. These grounds could by any of the following:

  • security grounds
  • violating human rights
  • serious criminality
  • organized criminality
  • health reasons
  • financial reasons (unable to provide for oneself)
  • misrepresentation
  • failure to comply with the Act

The CBSA may want to detain a person who:

  • is unlikely to appear for an examination, hearing or removal,
  • is a danger to the public or has violated human or international rights
  • has not established his/her identity.
  • is inadmissible for security reasons or violating human or international rights,
    serious criminality, criminality or organized criminality.

We being a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant can assist and represent you in Detention centers and Immigration Division of IRB.