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Reasons For Failure of Refugee Claim in Canada

In Canada, refugee claims are initially assessed by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to determine if the claimant meet the eligibility criteria for refugee status. If a claimant meet the eligibility criteria, their claim will be referred to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) for a hearing, where they will have the opportunity to present their case and evidence to support their claim. However, if their claim is rejected by the IRCC or the IRB, the claimants will not be granted refugee status in Canada and may be subject to deportation. Reasons for rejection may include lack of evidence, inadequate preparation, language barriers, cultural barriers, lack of credibility, cookie cutter approach, use of so-called professionals, fear of persecution, lack of legal representation, or lack of understanding of the legal process.



  1. Lack of evidence: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they do not have enough evidence to support their claims of persecution. Without adequate documentation, it can be difficult for the refugee claimant to prove that they have a well-founded fear of persecution in their home country.

  2. Inadequate preparation: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they are not adequately prepared for their hearing. This can include not having enough knowledge about their own case, not having a clear understanding of the legal process, and not having a clear understanding of the evidence they need to present.

  3. Language barriers: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they have difficulty communicating their case due to language barriers. This can make it difficult for them to present their evidence effectively and to understand the questions they are being asked.

  4. Cultural barriers: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they have difficulty understanding the cultural context of their case. This can make it difficult for them to present their evidence effectively and to understand the questions they are being asked.

  5. Lack of credibility: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they lack credibility. This can be due to inconsistencies in their testimony, lack of documentation, or other factors that call into question the veracity of their claims.

  6. Cookie Cutter approach: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they use a cookie cutter approach to their claims. This can include using a template or formulaic approach that does not take into account the unique circumstances of their case.

  7. Use of so-called professionals: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they use so-called professionals to prepare their claims. These individuals may not have the necessary expertise or experience to effectively prepare a claim, and may not understand the legal requirements for refugee status.

  8. Fear of persecution: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they fear persecution if they return to their home country. This can make it difficult for them to present their case effectively and to cooperate with the legal process.

  9. Lack of legal representation: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they lack legal representation. This can make it difficult for them to navigate the legal process and to present their case effectively.

  10. Lack of understanding of the legal process: Many refugee claimants fail to acquire convention refugee status because they lack understanding of the legal process. This can make it difficult for them to present their case effectively and to understand the questions they are being asked.

Why Do Many Refugee Claimants Choose My Services?

Here are the solid reasons for choosing my representation for refugee claim in Canada.

  1. Extensive knowledge of Canadian immigration laws and regulations: I have a deep understanding of the legal requirements for refugee status in Canada, as well as the processes and procedures involved in making a claim. This allows me to provide my clients with accurate and effective advice and representation.

  2. Experience in handling refugee claims: I have a wealth of experience in representing refugee claimants before the IRB, and have a proven track record of success in helping my clients to navigate the legal process and present their cases effectively.

  3. Strong communication skills: I am able to effectively communicate with my clients, regardless of their language or cultural background, and am able to clearly explain the legal process and the evidence required to support a claim.

  4. Dedication to client service: I am committed to providing my clients with the highest level of service and support, and always work hard to ensure that their needs are met and their claims are given the best possible chance of success.

  5. Strong reputation in the legal community: I have a strong reputation within the legal community for providing high-quality representation to my clients, and am respected by my peers and the IRB for my expertise and professionalism.







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