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primaprime

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His ban was because of Inefficiency in IRCC's system. A WES report validated his stand and proved the VO's decision as incorrect.

Maybe IRCC is preventing a court case here?
It doesn't matter if the VO's decision was incorrect. If an applicant believes a decision was incorrect as a matter of law, they need to go through the proper procedure to overcome their inadmissibility. IRCC doesn't play fast and loose with these kinds of things.
 
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rahul2019995

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It doesn't matter if the VO's decision was incorrect. If an applicant believes a decision was incorrect as a matter of law, they need to go through the proper procedure to overcome their inadmissibility. IRCC doesn't play fast and loose with these kinds of things.
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primaprime

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please don’t let anyone dampen your joy . they made a mistake and wes was able to verify which is fantastic . enjoy your success.
As far as IRCC is concerned, they don't make mistakes. A person who has been banned from Canada for misrepresentation, even if they allege error on the part of IRCC, must go through the proper legal process to overcome their inadmissibility and prove the ban was not valid in law. They cannot simply reapply with new documents because they are still inadmissible.
 

Royality

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Because AIP does not mean you've been approved for a study permit. During the second stage of processing they will conduct an admissibility check and find you are inadmissible, so they will refuse your application.
Stop giving him false hope,is IRCC that'll determine the fate of his application
 

Royality

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IRCC has the right to make decisions on people's application, you can't be teaching them there work, so is up to them
 

primaprime

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IRCC has the right to make decisions on people's application, you can't be teaching them there work, so is up to them
Indeed, and I can guarantee that an inadmissible person will not be approved in stage 2 because IRCC is not allowed under the law to approve the entry of someone who is inadmissible to Canada. AIP does not involve an admissibility check.
 

Royality

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Indeed, and I can guarantee that an inadmissible person will not be approved in stage 2 because IRCC is not allowed under the law to approve the entry of someone who is inadmissible to Canada. AIP does not involve an admissibility check.
Even at that,he shouldn't even get AIP due to the ban
 

primaprime

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Even at that,he shouldn't even get AIP due to the ban
Admissibility is considered during stage 2, which is evidently not ideal, but that's how they've set it up. If he gets approved for a study permit, then he was either mistaken in his belief that he was banned (perhaps misled by a consultant), or he applied to overcome his inadmissibility with a lawyer. But there is no allowance under the law for someone who is inadmissible to Canada to overcome that inadmissibility simply by making a new application, and IRCC follows the law.
 
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jigzyy

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@primaprime I think you should stop wasting your energy on this thread. Clearly, the repercussions of misrepresentation lost on people in this thread and are silly enough to believe that OP will be approved in second stage eventually because WES approved document while in reality, WES evaluation has no legal standing. It doesn't matter that IRCC made a mistake or not, there are laws AND steps that applicant has to follow to overturn the decision.