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Inland Refugee Claim Asylum in Canada

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dealing with us grants you permanent residency in Canada.

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If you feel you are at risk if you return to your home country, Canada may provide you with the protection you need.

A refugee is a person who has fled from their own country of residence and/or citizenship because they risk serious human violations and persecutions if they remain there. As a result of the fear of persecution, they cannot return to live a safe life in their country of nationality or residence and thus, may be granted refugee protection in Canada.

A refugee is an individual who is forced to leave their country because of a well-founded fear of persecution. The Canadian refugee system allows you them to seek protection from inside Canada because they are unable and unwilling to return to their home country due to fear of persecution or danger:

  • The In-Canada Asylum Program for people who are physically in Canada.

People seeking protection from inside Canada

Convention refugees

To be considered a convention refugee it means you are unwilling to return to your country because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on:

  1. Race

  2. Religion

  3. Political opinion

  4. Nationality, or

  5. Membership in a particular social group, such a women or people with a particular sexual orientation

Person in need of protection

A person in need of protection is someone inside Canada whose removal to their home country would subject them personally to:

  1. Danger of torture

  2. A risk of their life, or

  3. A risk of cruel and unusual treatment or punishment

You can claim refugee protection at a Port of Entry of Canada or after you enter Canada.

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The process of Claiming Refugee Protection in Canada – a summary:

  • Claim refugee protection either at the port of entry (airport, seaport, land border) or after you enter Canada

    • If you apply after you enter Canada, you can apply online for refugee protection.

  • Complete the application package which demands information about your background, your family, and reasons of claim.

  • Submit the application package

  • Present your medical exam once it is requested

  • Have your biometrics taken (fingerprints and photograph)

  • An officer will determine if you are eligible to claim refugee status in Canada and if positive, you will be referred to the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB).

  • Receive your Refugee Protection Claimant Document (the “Brown Paper”)

    • At this point you will have access to the Interim Federal Health Program (healthcare) and other services in Canada

  • Receive confirmation that your claim has been referred to the IRB

  • If you applied for a work permit, you would receive it

  • Prepare your case

  • Receive a hearing date.

At the hearing the decision maker, formally called “a Member”, at the Refugee Protection Division (RPD) may ask you questions about your case and will use the information you provided, your testimony and the evidence you presented to decide if you qualify to be granted refugee protection.

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Evidence is key when presenting your refugee claim and you should include any document relevant to your claim that will help show that your claim should be accepted.

Depending on your case, you will need evidence to help proof that:

  1. You are credible;

  2. You have a genuine fear of persecution in your country;

  3. That the risk you face in your country is personal and not general to other citizens;

  4. That the government in your country is unable to protect you; and/or

  5. That you could not reasonably or safely live in another region of your country.

  6. Country conditions documents;

  7. Witnesses


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Our team is here to support you and represent you through your refugee claim process in front of: Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC); Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA);Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB).

From the beginning to the end, you will receive special attention from our experts who will handle the:

  • Preparation of Basis of Claim from (BOC form)

  • Creation of Canadian Refugee Protection Portal

  • Paperwork, and narrative.

  • Ensure your personal story is explained and expressed correctly to ensure the decision maker (Refugee Protection Division RPD) gets the needed information to make a decision on your case, and get refugee protection in Canada

  • We will prepare you for the hearing through mock-trials and give you feedback on the areas to improve (if any), 

  • You will have one of our immigration consultants (RCIC) present at the hearing, And more! 


Our knowledgeable and expert team will give you the best chances of approval taking your case as their own.


We are here for you every step of the way.


To request our services call us now at +1 (438) 700 6165, email us at or book a consultation here on our website.

We speak English, French, Arabic, Farsi and Spanish!


Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Canada Refugee Claim Application 

Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Canada Refugee Claim Application 
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