Canada Refugee Program
Canada accepts three groups of permanent residents: family reunification, economic class and refugees. Some refugees are being resettled from other countries. However, some refugees apply at a Canadian port of entry or inside Canada to an inland immigration office. Who qualifies to be a refugee? What is the refugee application process? Does Canada accept refugees nowadays?
Al Parsai is a bestseller author, a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and an Instructor at Ashton College. In this video, Al explains different aspects of the Canadian refugee program. This video is among a series of training videos published by Al Parsai about visas and immigration to Canada.
You may consider visiting the following links for more information:
- Refugee Definition
- Refugee Resettlement Canada
- Claiming Refugee Status
- Who may not file for refugee in Canada
- Withdraw refugee claim in Canada
- REFUGEE CLAIMS INSIDE CANADA
- Canada Accepts Refugees from Every Country
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- Parsai Immigration Services contact information
- Book a consultation session with Al Parsai
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Al Parsai, MA, DTM, RCIC
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
Ashton College Instructor – Immigration Consulting
Author – 88 Tips on Immigration to Canada
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