Mohamed Waleed Taleb is stuck in Turkey. He applied to come to Canada in 2015 and was flagged under section 34 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for his pro-democracy work against the Assad regime. He’s responded to the government’s concerns and is now waiting to hear back on a final decision: will he be let into Canada, or will he be deemed “inadmissible”. We spoke to Waleed about his experience. We also spoke to his lawyer Pierre Andre Theriault to better understand Waleed’s case.
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