PRRA vs H&C Considerations

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Subject: PRRA vs H&C Considerations
  Now a PRRA is suppose to be about;
risk of persecution,
danger of torture,
risk to life,
RISK OF CRUEL OR UNUSUAL TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT IF RETURNED TO COUNTRY OF NATIONALITY.

H&C is suppose to be about;
Unusual, Undeserved or disproportionate hardship.

NOW IF A CANADIAN WOMAN WAS BEING FINED FOR HAVING A CHILD WITHOUT BEING MARRIED $140,000.00 THIS WOULD DEFINITELY FALL WITHIN THE h&c DEFINITION.

Niagara Falls second PRRA Officer refused to find that my client Ms. WANG penalty/fine of $140,000.00 for having a child while not married fine was a penalty that could be imposed in disregard to acceptable international standards. Yet the first officer found that and still refused. To me there seems to be considerable greay area between H&C factors and PRRA factors.

What do you think?

CIC will not look at my H&C submissions until it has been put into the system. They will not even go looking for it if we provide a Canada Post tracking number.

Mean while we are within days of the Chinese Consulate issuing a travel document.

Roy
cvimmigration.com


[31-01-2011,11:17]
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Roy
(in reply to: PRRA vs H&C Considerations)
Okay I have cooled down but for a new PRRA Officer to be assigned in one day, review the submissions and render a decision all in one day while others take an average of 2 - 6 months seems so unfair!

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[31-01-2011,14:41]
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Roy
(in reply to: PRRA vs H&C Considerations)
You mean your client Ms Wang was fined $140k for having a child while not married????
[31-01-2011,19:47]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: PRRA vs H&C Considerations)
I have several clients named Ms. Wang but yes I was referring to Kelly Wang as per the Toronto Sun Article.

Yes I seriously need help to hear from Canadian´s that they believe a woman should never be fined $140,000.00 for keeping a pregnancy until the baby is born whether or not they are married.

If this is not cruel or unusual punishment I don´t know what is. Penalizing any parent $100,000.00 for having an above quota child is also unusual, undeserved and disproportionate. http://www.asianews.it/news-en/A-fine-of-US$-100,000-for-a-second-child-11143.html

If a Un-Wed Spaniard who is a failed refugee claimant goes home with her child that mother will not be fined and the child will be allowed to attend state funded schools.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[01-02-2011,10:54]
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Roy
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