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Refugees in Canada:
A Beacon of Hope Amidst Persecution

If you are facing persecution in your home country, regardless of whether you are currently in or outside of Canada, there is a sanctuary available to you. The Refugee class in Canada is a testament to the nation’s commitment to global humanitarian efforts. If you qualify under this class, you can find refuge in Canada, protected by compassionate considerations. Our team of immigration consultants is ready to assist you by building a strong case for your refugee claims and securing a positive outcome, which will spare you from returning to a place where persecution awaits.

Canada's Unwavering Dedication to Refugee Protection

Canada is committed to providing a secure and safe sanctuary for individuals facing persecution from around the world. The country’s refugee protection system operates in two ways. Firstly, it helps those who make claims while already present in Canada, and secondly, it assists those who seek refuge from outside the country. Regardless of the origin of the claim, Canada promises to protect individuals from persecution and offer them a safe asylum to rebuild their lives and become valued contributors to Canadian society.

Discover Your Eligibility

If you are facing persecution and need help with your refugee claim in Canada, our immigration office can assist you. Our experienced immigration consultants will assess your unique situation and provide guidance and support throughout the application process. We can handle your case from start to finish, including representation in front of the Immigration Refugee Board (IRB). Our consultants work diligently to ensure that your application is complete and meets all the requirements for a positive decision.

Who Qualifies as a Refugee?

Refugees are people who are forced to leave their home countries due to war, violence, conflict, or persecution. They cross international borders in search of safety. The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) is responsible for granting refugee status to those who are unable to return home due to persecution or human rights violations. It is imperative to submit a strong refugee claim to the Canadian government through the IRB to be recognized as a refugee

Understanding Refugee Claims: A Brief Overview

A refugee claim is a request for protection from the Government of Canada that is based on persecution due to one’s race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or social group affiliation. If the claim is successful, the individual is granted the status of a “protected person” by the IRB which enables them to apply for permanent residence in Canada.

Categories under Refugee Protection:

1. Convention Refugee:

– Solid evidence of persecution by government authorities or others based on race, religion, nationality, social membership, or political opinions.

– Must demonstrate government incapacity to provide protection.

2. Person in Need of Protection:

– Faces torture, life-threatening risks, or cruel treatment if returning to their home country.

– Must prove a lack of government protection, absence of safe habitation, and a personal, non-generalized risk.

Applying for Refugee Claims in Canada:

Within Canada:

- Must be within Canada's borders.
- Should not be subject to a removal order from IRCC or the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).

Outside Canada:

- Can seek protection through UNHCR, an approved referral organization, or a private sponsorship group.
- Can utilize designated immigration programs by the Canadian government.

How RCIC Registered Immigration Consultants Can Assist:

A Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) plays a vital role in explaining available immigration options, representing claimants in hearings, and liaising with the Government of Canada. Their expertise is invaluable in navigating the intricacies of the refugee claim process, ensuring proper communication and adherence to legal protocols.

1. Initial Claim

– Take a refugee claim at a Canadian port of entry or IRCC office.

2. Hearing

– Present evidence and testimony at an IRB hearing.

3. Decision

– IRB makes a decision, granting refugee status or leading to removal.

4. Appeal

– If rejected, appeal to the Refugee Appeal Division (RAD) for a final decision.

The appeal process can be lengthy, and seeking assistance from an Expert or authorized representative is advised. For guidance and support Contact us to navigate the complexities of refugee claims and ensure a brighter, safer future in Canada.

Extend a Helping Hand – We Can Assist You!

Brampton Immigration Consultancy is located in Downtown Brampton, Canada. Our mission is to guide refugees toward protection and provide them with a haven from the challenges faced in their home country. Our Immigration consultants are dedicated to assisting you in navigating your refugee claim toward a positive outcome.

Canada is a world-class nation that is committed to assisting refugees globally. To begin your transformative journey, we invite you to apply to our consultancy. Once your application is submitted, our experts will contact you to initiate the necessary proceedings.

At Brampton Immigration Consultancy, we are ready to be your partners on this journey, providing you with support, guidance, and expertise to ensure a brighter, safer future in Canada.