PRRA

AcronymDefinition
PRRAPre-Removal Risk Assessment (Canadian immigration)
PRRAPuerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
PRRAPassaic River Rowing Association (Lyndhurst, NJ)
PRRAProstate-Restricted Replicative Adenovirus (prostate cancer)
PRRAPotomac River Rescue Association (DC-VA, USA)
PRRAPrice River Resource Area (Utah)
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Instead of resources being expended on several recourses in succession (RPD hearing, RAD appeal, judicial review application, PRRA, humanitarian application, etc.), we propose focusing our efforts on only two: a comprehensive initial hearing before a specialized court (or court-equivalent), followed by an appeal on the merits to the appellate judiciary.
There have been a number of Federal Court cases finding that exclusion and criminal inadmissibility cases do not engage section 7 because they do not directly result in deportation, which occurs only after other administrative steps, including a PRRA. See e.g.
Generally, the argument in opposition to the PRRA (and similar state proposals) is that it would unduly burden state and local authorities by forcing them to prove the necessity of decisions that impact families.
On June 26, 1995, his Oklahoma colleague Steve Largent and more than 60 co-sponsors introduced the Parental Rights and Responsibilities Act (PRRA).
The Parental Rights and Responsibilities Act (PRRA) of 1995 (S.984/H.R.1946): that certainly sounds pro-civil rights, pro-children, and pro-families.
The new legislation ushered in major changes to Canada's refugee system, (46) including a new claim form, (47) new qualifications and appointment standards for first-instance decision-makers, (48) the creation of the Refugee Appeal Division (RAD), (49) new rules governing recourse measures for failed claims, (50) and bars on applications for Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) consideration and Pre-Removal Risk Assessments (PRRA).
(4) Algunos de estos programas son la FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) y la Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration (PRRA).
In addition, if rejected refugee claimants obtain new evidence that strengthens or proves their allegations, they could, prior to the new amendments, request a Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA) in order to present this evidence to the government.
Prior to removal the majority of individuals are entitled to and are offered an opportunity to submit and application for a Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA) by CIC.