Challenging Visa Cancellation Based On “Incorrect Information” In Application

Federal Circuit Court case shows cancellations can be overturned if Tribunal does not accurately identify the information said to be “incorrect”

Suppose your client has had her/his visa canceled as a result of providing incorrect information on the visa application.

And that the Tribunal has proceeded, on review, to affirm the decision to cancel.

Is there any useful strategy that you can adopt to get the cancellation overturned in the Federal Circuit Court?

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