A refugee is a person who has a well-founded fear of persecution in their home country, with no stated protection. A humanitarian applicant can be inside or outside of Canada and belongs to a category separate from refugees.
How to get immigration
By: Sarah on Dec 21, 2018 06:00 PM EST
What is the fees of the refugees immigration? And how to apply to it? And what is the conditions of this immigration?
By: Robyn on Jan 01, 2019 03:58 PM EST
There are many factors which go into a fee for any immigration application, including the specific background of the applicant and the fees of the RCIC you are considering hiring. Not every RCIC charges the same rate. Not all Refugee applications are equal either. There are several different categories and fees can be dependent upon application type as well. Often the more experienced consultants charge a higher fee, so to be sure to get that expertise, you should expect to pay a higher fee. You can choose a lower rate with a less experienced consultant, but you should be making sure that if they are not very experienced, that they have access to mentorship from an experienced RCIC. In no situation would I ever recommend you approach any person who is not an authorized representative. I hope this helps.
By: sheralsingh1982 on Mar 14, 2019 07:35 AM EST
There are various factors for the fees for refuges. Also to add there are many categories of refugees as well. You need to check it out which category you fall in which will surely define the requisite fees as well.
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