The Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) makes a vacation order if it decides that a protected person got that status by "misrepresentation". This means that they said something that was not true or accurate, or they left out information that they were required to give. This applies only if the person would not have got protected status if they’d given the correct or missing information. If Canada Border Services Agency applies to the IRB for a vacation order, the protected person has the right to a hearing.
A vacation order can lead to a protected person being forced to leave Canada.