irb hearing: Abdi's Toronto lawyer, Andrew Brouwer, argued for an adjournment based on justice and fairness, according to CBC. On Tuesday, the Federal Court agreed to hear Abdi's case and scheduled a hearing for May 29. Wednesday's hearing with the IRB in Toronto was supposed to determine Abdoul Abdi's future in Canada a country the 24-year-old has called home for most of his life. Warning letter sought According to Ben Perryman, Abdi's lawyer in Halifax, the court's decision could upend the deportation case because it will consider aspects of the case that the IRB cannot, including Abdi's experiences in the Nova Scotia childcare system and his bleak prospects in Somalia. Mr. Perryman said earlier he expected his client would be ordered deported if the IRB hearing went ahead. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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