The lawyer for a Canadian lady who spent two years in Syrian jail camps says he’s making an attempt to assist get her residence from Iraq after Ottawa agreed to present her an emergency journey doc.
Lawyer Paul Champ says he’s working with World Affairs Canada to get authorization from Kurdish officers in northern Iraq for her departure and to establish an acceptable flight.
In a letter Thursday to Champ, a Justice Canada official says the Immigration Division has approved the issuance of a journey doc for the lady, who can’t be publicly named as a result of a decide’s confidentiality order.
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The event comes after she requested the Federal Court docket to compel Ottawa to present her an emergency doc so she may return residence.
In her courtroom utility, the lady stated she has no identification paperwork and little money, and feared for her security dwelling in an Irbil resort with an expired visa.
The lady’s effort to return residence underscores the plight of a number of Canadians among the many estimated hundreds of overseas nationals held in Syrian camps by Kurdish forces that wrested again the war-torn area from the militant Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
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