R v. Wong is a 2018 Supreme Court of Canada decision in which the Supreme Court of Canada had to determine whether a person could withdraw a guilty plea if they they did not know that their pleading guilty would lead to deportation.

Peter Edelmann and Erica Olmstead represented the accused at the Supreme Court. Lobat Sadrehashemi represented the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers as one of the intervenors. Together the three discuss the implications of this case in this 22nd Borderlines podcast episode.