By John MearlsPublished November 03, 2016 12:48AMThe Canadian Immigration Lawyers Association is defending immigrants from being deported after they were found to have violated the terms of their conditional release conditions, a decision which was upheld in court.
A group of Canadians from the U.S. and Canada were ordered to leave the U, U.K. and the U-S.
on November 3 and are now in court for their next court date.
The order by the Ontario Court of Appeal was issued after the two Canadian citizens and their lawyer, who is a lawyer in Ontario, were found guilty of three counts of violating conditions of conditional release in March of this year.
The three Canadians were ordered released after completing two years of their sentence.
In the decision, the court said that the men were released “for good conduct” under conditions of their bail conditions.
However, the order stated that there was “no basis for a finding that they have been unable to perform their duties” under the terms.
The court added that “the parties have been in court to contest this ruling and, in effect, the judgment is not enforceable” under Canada’s immigration laws.
The three men, who have since been released, have appealed the order, which is being reviewed by the courts.
In a statement to The Associated Press, the association said it would “defend and defend vigorously” the three Canadians’ right to seek bail and seek to stay in the country.
“We will not allow the government to ignore the laws it has sworn to uphold, and we will not hesitate to defend and defend the rights of our clients,” the statement said.
The U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) said in a statement that the two men have been detained at the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for six days without any court order.
The Canadian government said that it is reviewing the decision and is “deeply concerned by this case and our obligations under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act to protect our national security.”
The CBSA did not immediately respond to requests for comment.