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We are bridging the gap between Canadian Refugee and Humanitarian Resettlement Program's claimers and the Private sponsors in Canada. We just want to make sure that people should not use illegal ways to come to Canada by risking their lives, reputation or money.
What are refugee rights?
Refugees seek safety in another country when they experience a threat of persecution and because their own country is unwilling or unable to protect their fundamental rights. When faced with serious violations of their human rights, they have no choice but to leave their homes, their families and communities in order to survive.
By definition, refugees are not protected by their own governments. In lieu of State protection, the international community created key international and regional agreements to safeguard the rights of refugees.
The 1951 Refugee Convention, and its 1967 Protocol, is the only global legal instrument dealing with the status and rights of refugees, while regional agreements include the 1984 Cartagena Declaration and the 1969 OAU Refugee Convention in Africa.
The 1951 Refugee Convention defines refugees’ human rights, including the principle of non refoulement, stating that a refugee “should not be returned to a country where he or she faces serious threats to his or her life or freedom.” Other rights include the right to work, the right to freedom of movement, the right to housing, education, justice, and more.Let Us Help You
Canadian refugee protection programs
The Canadian refugee system has two main parts:
The Refugee and Humanitarian Resettlement Program, for people seeking protection from outside Canada; and the In-Canada Asylum Program for people making refugee protection claims from within Canada
Refugee and Humanitarian Resettlement Program
We are helping people seeking protection from outside Canada using legal way. Refugees selected for resettlement to Canada have often fled their homes because of unimaginable hardships and have, in many cases, been forced to live in refugee camps for many years. When they arrive in Canada, they basically pick up the pieces of their lives and start over again.
As a member of the international community, Canada helps find solutions to prolonged and emerging refugee situations and helps emerging democracies try to solve many of the problems that create refugee populations. To do this, Canada works closely with the UNHCR.
The UNHCR, along with private sponsors identifies refugees for resettlement. Even after a refugee is identified to Canada, it takes time to process the cases.
Under Canadian legislation, all resettlement cases must be carefully screened to ensure that there are no issues related to security, criminality or health. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) works with its security partners such as the Canada Border Services Agency to complete this work as quickly as possible.
Private sponsors across the country also help resettle refugees to Canada. Some are organized to do so on an ongoing basis and have signed sponsorship agreements with the Government of Canada to help support refugees from abroad when they resettle in Canada. These organizations are known as Sponsorship Agreement Holders. They can sponsor refugees themselves or work with others in the community to sponsor refugees. Other sponsors, known as Groups of Five and Community Sponsors, are persons/groups in the community who are not involved on an ongoing basis but have come together to sponsor refugee(s).
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Remember, Immigration representatives do not have special connections with Canadian government officials and cannot guarantee you a visa. Only authorized officers at Canadian embassies, high commissions and consulates can decide whether or not to issue a visa.Let Us Help You