While each division of the
IRB is responsible for making decisions on different immigration or refugee matters, they all follow an
administrative tribunal process similar to what happens in a court, though less formal. The process is flexible and can take many forms so long as it ensures that the
IRB makes well-reasoned, efficient and fair decisions. The
IRB tribunal process is based on Canadian law, Canada's international obligations and Canada's humanitarian traditions.
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