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REFUGEE & ASYLUM SEEKERS

REFUGEE CLAIM, REFUGEE APPEAL, PRRA & HUMANITARIAN AND COMPASSIONATE GROUNDS APPLICATION

Refugees and individuals in need of protection seeking to stay in Canada, TTN Immigration understands the necessity of a comprehensive and dedicated legal entity. We are committed to working closely with each client to ensure they receive support and care throughout every stage of the application process.

WHAT IS REFUGEE CLAIM?

A "refugee claim" refers to the formal request made by an individual to be recognized as a refugee by a government or relevant authority. This process typically involves submitting an application or petition explaining the reasons why the individual believes they meet the criteria for refugee status, such as fleeing persecution, war, or violence in their home country. The government or authority then evaluates the claim to determine whether the individual qualifies for refugee protection under international or domestic law.

WHAT IS REFUGEE APPEAL?

A "refugee appeal" refers to a legal process in which a refugee claimant who has been denied refugee status by the initial decision-making authority can request a review of that decision. The appeal typically involves submitting additional evidence or arguments to support the claim for refugee protection. The appeal process allows the individual to present their case before a separate tribunal or court, which will reconsider the original decision and determine whether the individual qualifies as a refugee under applicable laws and regulations.

PRE-REMOVAL RISK ASSESSMENT

A "Pre-Removal Risk Assessment" (PRRA) is a process in Canadian immigration law that allows individuals facing removal from Canada to request an assessment of the risks they would face if returned to their home country or country of habitual residence. This assessment is conducted by Canadian immigration authorities to determine whether the individual would be at risk of persecution, cruel and unusual treatment or punishment, or other serious harm if they were removed from Canada. If the assessment finds that the individual would face such risks, they may be granted protection or other forms of relief to remain in Canada.

Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds Application

The Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds Application is a process in Canadian immigration law that allows individuals who do not qualify for residency through regular immigration programs, but still wish to be considered based on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. It's a complex process where individuals must state their reasons and provide evidence of their unique personal, family, or financial situation that they believe warrants granting them residency on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. This process typically applies to special cases, such as individuals facing persecution, those living in serious risk, or those with special ties to Canada.

If you have inquiries about any of the service mentioned above, please contact TTN immigration. Our team speak multiple languages including English, Vietnamese, French, Arabic and Japanese.

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