Judicial review applications in the Federal Court

Are you in British Columbia, specifically in the Vancouver area, seeking legal guidance on initiating an application for judicial review in the Federal Court? Titan Law is here to guide you through this intricate process.

Immigrating to a new country can be a complex and challenging process, and for many, Canada offers promising opportunities for a better life. However, sometimes immigration decisions don’t go as expected, and individuals find themselves in need of recourse. In such situations, judicial review applications in the Federal Court can become the last resort for immigration cases.


Navigating the complexities of a federal judicial review application can be daunting, but with Titan Law by your side, you can have confidence in your pursuit of justice. Book a free consultation with our experienced lawyers. We are here to provide you with the legal expertise and guidance you need to navigate the judicial review process successfully. Contact us today, and let us help you uphold the principles of justice in British Columbia and beyond.


You need evidence of your establishment in Canada, strong community ties, and compelling reasons why returning to your home country is impossible or poses undue hardship. Supporting documents may include personal letters, documentation, and persuasive legal arguments.

Winning requires presenting a compelling case demonstrating exceptional circumstances, significant hardship, and genuine need for humanitarian relief. Thorough documentation, persuasive arguments, and legal representation can improve your chances.

Eligibility for H&C applications is not limited by category. It’s open to anyone, including refugees, temporary residents, or failed refugee claimants, provided they can establish compelling reasons for staying in Canada.

Processing times for H&C applications vary widely. It can take several months to several years, depending on factors like case complexity and immigration authorities’ workload. Delays are possible, so patience is essential.