If applicants for international protection do not agree with the CGRS' negative decision, they can lodge an appeal with the Council for Alien Disputes (CAD/CALL/RvV/CCE) by his/her lawyer. This appeal must contain all the important elements to enable the CAD to handle your case.
You must lodge an appeal within a certain period indicated on the letter of the CGRS. It depends on the type of decision. Do this quickly because sometimes the period of appeal can be very short. It is generally 30 days and sometimes shorter, maybe 10 or 5 days, for example, if you are staying in a detention centre.
The CAD will examine your case a second time. You or your lawyer must be present at the meeting. During this appeal procedure, you cannot be forcibly removed from the territory.
However, you may be forcibly removed from the territory if it concerns.
The CALL can make various decisions: