A removal order is issued when someone is convicted of breaching the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act in Canada. In Canada fraudulently or committed a crime , you could be issued a removal order.
Types of Removal Orders
You must leave Canada within 30 days of the order coming into force. Failure will result in departure order.
A deportation order requires that you leave Canada, confirming your departure with the CBSA, failing which the CBSA will arrange for your removal from Canada. If you leave Canada under a deportation order, you will require an Authorization to Re-enter should you ever want to return to Canada.
An exclusion order requires that you leave Canada, confirming your departure with the CBSA on exit from the country.