Applying for refugee status in Canada.

Applying for refugee status in Canada.
Information from: June 19, 2016.
On the main, applications for granting refugee status can be considered by the staff of the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) for 60 days. Please note, if you arrived directly from your country of origin, your application for asylum will be considered sooner.
To apply for a refugee status in Canada, follow these steps:
There are 2 ways to obtain refugee status in Canada:
Apply at the point of entry.
You can apply for refugee status at any point of entry (eg, airport, seaport or land border).
Officials who will consider your application will decide whether your application for refugee status can be transferred to the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB). If there is no reason to refuse:
the date of your hearing will be appointed; You will have 15 days to fill out all the application forms and submit them to the IRB.
Applying in one of the offices of the Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada.
You can also apply for refugee status at the offices of the Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada (IRCC). If you decide to apply in this way, please note that:
with you, you must have all the completed application forms; The hearing date for your case will not be assigned until you provide all the necessary documents in a completed form.
If the immigration officer decides that you have the right to grant refugee status, you will be assigned a hearing date for the case.
To apply, you must provide information about your life, your family members and the reason you want to get refugee status. You can do this by filling in certain forms in the application packet of documents.
The package of documents includes all necessary manuals and application forms that must be completed.
If you were allowed to apply for refugee status, you will have to attend a hearing of the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Council on your case.
The official will tell you the date and time of the hearing, and will also give notice of the Appearance for a Hearing. The notice will state:
the venue of the hearing; time of appearance; time of the hearing.
At the hearing, be sure to bring your identity documents with you. These include: passport, driver’s license, as well as other documents that can identify you and contribute to a positive decision regarding your application.
To learn more about the application process, read the “Prepare for your Hearing” document in the IRB’s Claimant’s Guide.
The Canadian Council for Immigration and Refugees will review the application and decide on your receipt of refugee status.

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