Immigration and Refugee Protection

Immigration & Refugee Protection

There are two categories of refugees in Canada: those who follow the conventions and those who need protection. Canada has provided housing for those seeking shelter. 

The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada decides and places the applicants in one of the categories. When a person is expelled from their country and cannot return to it or the country where they previously lived, they are considered convention refugees. Two different types of convention refugees exist

Refugee Convention Abroad Class 

The claimant is abroad because they have a legitimate fear of being persecuted because of their race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political beliefs. These elements compel the claimant to look for refuge outside of the nation of residence.The second sort of refugee is someone in need of protection who lives in Canada and cannot return to their home country due to the risk of torture, danger to one’s life, or cruel and unusual treatment or punishment. 

Canada has an effective refugee policy that protects those in need. There are standards to follow to establish a valid refugee and then find and provide shelter in Canada. We are here to assist you at every stage of the immigration process. Contact us immediately to begin the process of meeting your immigration needs at a low cost!