Moving to Canada as a refugee in 2021
There are three ways to immigrate to Canada. Of course, the most popular option is economic immigration. However, you may also immigrate to Canada via family reunification and refugee programs. If you are considering moving to Canada as a refugee in 2021, continue reading this article. Otherwise, click here.
Before packing your belongings for moving to Canada as a refugee in 2021, consider the following:
- Canadian refugee system is to protect the vulnerable, not to compromise the immigration system.
- Whatever you say or submit during the process remains in the immigration system for several years.
- Needless to say, misrepresentation could result in inadmissibility to Canada and even fines and jail time.
Generally speaking, Canadians do not appreciate those people who abuse our immigration system. Therefore, take this route only if you believe you qualify.
According to the official report by IRCC, Canada accepted 30,087 resettled refugees in 2019. Of course, resettled refugees are those that leave their country and seek help from UNHCR. Consequently, IRCC accepts some of them and resettle them to our country. Read the following article for more information:
IRCC intends to accept 36,000 resettled refugees in 2021. Of course, this is a 20% increase comparing to 2019. However, the increase is mostly because of the disruption in resettling refugees in Canada in 2020. Regardless, moving to Canada as a resettled refugee in 2021 will be much better than the past two years.
A total of 18,443 protected people became permanent residents in 2019. Of course, most of these people filed for asylum inside Canada. Moreover, this figure covers the family members of asylum seekers as well. Read the following article for more information:
Of course, sometimes people become protected through other routes, such as PRRA or the Ministerial Relief. If you consider moving to Canada as a refugee in 2021 by filing for asylum, you must go through the tedious and time-consuming process. Regardless, IRCC will grant permanent residence to 25,000 protected people in 2021.
If you are currently inside Canada and intend to file for refugee status, click here and fill out the form. Of course, if your intention is not to move to Canada as a refugee in 2021, fill out our assessment form. Alternatively, you could book a consultation session with me for official advice.
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