What is the standard of correctness of an analyst's decision concerning the sufficiency of the evidence submitted by an applicant to confirm their citizenship?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Azziz v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2010 FC 663 (CanLII):

In this respect, an analyst’s decision concerning the sufficiency of the evidence submitted by an applicant to confirm the citizenship of a person is reasonableness (Worthington v. Canada, 2008 FC 409, [2009] 1 F.C.R. 311 at paragraph 63). The reference to the standard of “correctness” in the published French version of this decision, which was rendered in English by my colleague Justice O’Keefe, was a translation error that has since been corrected. (The text appearing on the Court’s Web site, at http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fr/2008/2008cf409/2008cf409.html, incorporates this correction.)

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