Who is eligible to asylum claims in Canada and how he/she gets it ?
Canada is ranked number 2 in a number of areas such as gender equality, human rights, religious freedom, and trustworthiness. just being edged out by New Zealand at number one. Denmark was third; in those areas Canada also ranked number 5 in the world in in regard to immigrant’s integration into society and religious freedom, Canada gives a special care for families and women who are facing tough situations and also some other special categories
For that reason Canada is a peaceful place for any member of previously mentioned categories
Key figures on asylum claims made in Canada
Individuals can make an asylum claim in Canada at a port of entry, at a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) inland office or an Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) inland office. CBSA or IRCC officials will then determine if an individual is eligible to make an asylum claim.
Officers who review your refugee claim will decide if it will be referred to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB). The IRB is an independent board that decides immigration and refugee matters.
The IRB decides who is a Convention refugee or a person in need of protection.
Convention refugees are outside their home country or the country they normally live in. They are not able to return because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on race, religion, political opinion
Discrimination against Women due to inequality
- Prohibition from working
- Prohibition from travel
- Prohibition from education
A person in need of protection is a person in Canada who cannot return to their home country safely. This is because if they return, they would be subject to a:
- danger of torture
- risk to their life, or
- Risk of cruel and unusual treatment or punishment.
If the claim is determined to be eligible, it will be referred to the Refugee Protection Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) for a hearing. In making its decisions, the IRB considers whether the claimant meets the United Nations (UN) definition of a Convention refugee, which has been adopted into Canadian law, or is a person in need of protection. Under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, every person who wants to enter Canada must appear for an examination at a port of entry in order for government officials to determine whether that person has a right to enter Canada, or if the individual may become authorized to enter and remain in Canada.
IRCC’s role in this process is to develop and implement policies, programs and services that facilitate the legitimate arrival of people and their integration into Canada in a way that maximizes their contribution to the country, while protecting the health, safety and security of Canadians.
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