Obtaining refugee status (asylum) in Canada

Obtaining refugee status (asylum) in Canada

If you have a fear of persecution or personal risk in your country of citizenship, you may be able to apply for asylum in Canada.

Individuals who cannot stay in their home country due to any danger may qualify for refugee status in Canada. We have prepared detailed articles on obtaining asylum.

1. Asylum programs in Canada: who is eligible to become a refugee

In this article you will learn:

  1. Who are the refugees
  2. Canadian refugee protection programs
  3. Right to apply for asylum in Canada
    1. Refugees and protected persons
    2. Right to refer the application for further consideration
  4. Asylum claims for those who come from the U.S.

2. How to get a refugee status in Canada: step by step

In this article you will learn:

  1. How to obtain the refugee status
    1. Choose how to apply
    2. Gather documents
    3. Attend a hearing for the case
  2. Hearing with the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
    1. Time limit for case review
    2. Procedure
    3. Decision
    4. Positive decision
    5. Negative decision

If you do not have reasons for refugee status, we recommend that you use the regular immigration programs.


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