Deportation and Removal Orders

Are you or a loved one facing the deportation or removal order in Canada? When the future seems uncertain and the complexities of immigration law in Canada become overwhelming, Titan Law Corporation is here to provide you with the expert legal guidance and unwavering support you need. Our experienced team of immigration lawyers understands the gravity of these situations and are committed to assisting clients in British Columbia (BC), Vancouver area through every step of the process.

How Titan Law Can Help

As legal professionals dedicated to serving the BC and Vancouver area, we understand the challenges and uncertainties that individuals and families face when confronted with deportation and removal orders. Titan Law Corporation is your partner in navigating the complex landscape of immigration law. Whether you’re seeking a consultation to understand your options or require robust legal representation in appealing a deportation order, our experienced team is here to guide you every step of the way. Contact us today for a consultation, and let us help you move forward with confidence.


 A removal order is a legal decision issued by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) or the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) that mandates the departure of a foreign national from Canada.

There are three main types of removal orders in Canada:

  • Departure Order mandates leaving Canada within 30 days, confirming with CBSA. Failure results in deportation.

  • Exclusion Order: Obliges departure, confirms exit with CBSA; barred from Canada return for 1-5 years based on issuance grounds.

  • Deportation Order: Leave, confirm exit with CBSA, or face removal. Need an ARC for return post-deportation.

Removal orders in Canada can be issued by either the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) or the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB). CBSA officers have the authority to issue Departure Orders and Exclusion Orders, while the IRB conducts hearings and issues Deportation Orders after assessing the case.

When a removal order is issued, the individual is notified of the type of order and the reasons for its issuance. They are usually given a period of time to leave Canada voluntarily. If the person does not comply, authorities may enforce the removal order, which could involve detention and removal from the country.