IRPA

AcronymDefinition
IRPAImmigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada)
IRPAInternational Radiation Protection Association
IRPAInternational Rugby Players Association
IRPAIntensification of Research in Priority Areas
IRPAInternational Retinitis Pigmentosa Association
IRPAIdaho Recreation and Park Association
IRPAIndividual Risk per Annum (risk assessment)
IRPAIndonesian Risk Professionals Association
IRPAInstitut de Rééducation Psychothérapique pour Adolescents (French: Psychotherapy Rehabilitation Institute for Teens)
IRPAInstitut de Recherche sur le Profil d'Apprentissage (French: Learning Profile Research Institute; Canada)
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About IRPA The Institute for Robotic Process Automation (IRPA) is an independent professional association and knowledge forum for the buyers, sellers, influencers and analysts of robotic process automation.
However, following the legislative changes to the IRPA which came into effect in December 2012, the law requires that only reasons for rejecting refugee protection be provided to claimants in writing.
Section 60 of the IRPA affirms "as a principle that a minor child shall be detained only as a measure of last resort, taking into account the other applicable grounds and criteria including the best interests of the child.
155) Vriend could also be seen as a case of intentional discrimination based on the legislative history of the IRPA, although that case also involved direct discrimination.
The Round Table is one in a series of informative sessions hosted by Outsourcing Institute and IRPA.
12) One of the objectives of the IRPA is to protect public
161) For instance, the IRPA threshold for granting leave for judicial review is that the applicant shows that she has an arguable case.
When examined by an officer at the end of year six, all of the PR's first year of 365 days in Canada will not be counted; he or she will be in breach of IRPA Section 28.
In the IME, however, DMP work is informed and governed by the state's concern for public health, safety, and cost according to IRPA.
The IRPA is geared toward foreign nationals and can be used to deport people who may be considered a security threat to Canada.
IRPA, which was established in the United States in 1975, is a voluntary charitable umbrella association of 33 national societies each of which is created and run by people with RP disease, their families and friends.
43) IRPA provides the legal framework for all of Canada's immigration policies, including entry, refugees, enforcement, and documentation.