As a protected person you are qualified to apply to The Citizenship and Immigration Canada to become a permanent resident and eventually qualify for Canadian citizenship. Once the claimant is determined to be a bona fide person in need of protection by the Board, they will receives the full protection of Canada. The person then has the right to continue to reside in the country.
PERSONS SEEKING PROTECTION can contact us for advise in all aspects of Refugee Claim matters.
Applying for asylum can be a complex and daunting process. In this section, we outline the key steps involved in the asylum application process, ensuring that our clients have a clear understanding of what to expect.
The first step is to submit an asylum application to the appropriate immigration authorities. This application must include detailed information about the applicant’s background, their reasons for seeking asylum, and any supporting evidence. Once the application is submitted, the applicant will undergo an interview with an immigration officer, during which they will have the opportunity to present their case and provide further evidence.
Following the interview, the immigration authorities will review the application and make a decision on the asylum claim. This decision can vary, with applicants either being granted asylum, denied asylum, or referred for further review. In cases of denial, our firm can assist in appealing the decision and presenting a strong case before an immigration judge.