I-0.2.1 - Québec Immigration Act

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72. A decision made by the Minister may be contested by the following persons before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec within 60 days after the date of its notification:
(1)  a natural person whose undertaking application on behalf of a foreign national has been refused or whose undertaking on behalf of a foreign national has been cancelled;
Not in force
(2)  a foreign national belonging to the economic class whose application for selection for permanent immigration has been refused, unless the decision was made under the second paragraph of section 38;
(3)  a foreign national in respect of whom a temporary or permanent immigration selection decision has been cancelled, unless the decision was made for a public interest reason;
(4)  a person who or a partnership that has incurred a monetary administrative penalty prescribed by a regulation under paragraph 3 of section 31 or sections 101 and 102; and
(5)  a person whose recognition as an immigration consultant has been refused, suspended or revoked or has not been renewed, unless the decision was made for a public interest reason.
2016, c. 32016, c. 3, s. 72.
In force: 2018-08-02
72. A decision made by the Minister may be contested by the following persons before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec within 60 days after the date of its notification:
(1)  a natural person whose undertaking application on behalf of a foreign national has been refused or whose undertaking on behalf of a foreign national has been cancelled;
Not in force
(2)  a foreign national belonging to the economic class whose application for selection for permanent immigration has been refused, unless the decision was made under the second paragraph of section 38;
(3)  a foreign national in respect of whom a temporary or permanent immigration selection decision has been cancelled, unless the decision was made for a public interest reason;
(4)  a person who or a partnership that has incurred a monetary administrative penalty prescribed by a regulation under paragraph 3 of section 31 or sections 101 and 102; and
(5)  a person whose recognition as an immigration consultant has been refused, suspended or revoked or has not been renewed, unless the decision was made for a public interest reason.
2016, c. 32016, c. 3, s. 72.