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1. Family Class. Appeals are possible when the refusal is of a spousal/common law application, sponsored parents, or adopted children.
2. Removal from Canada of a permanent resident visa holder. Appeals are possible if a removal is ordered because of violation of the immigration act resulting from criminal offences and/or non compliance with terms and conditions, for example.
3. Removal from Canada of a permanent resident or accepted refugee claimant (protected person). Appeals are possible in case of misrepresentation, criminal violation, or non-compliance with terms and conditions.
4. Non Compliance with Residency Requirements. Appeals are possible when a permanent resident has not complied with the number of days required to be in Canada.
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