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Foreign nationals can file asylum claim at port of entry or claim protection inside Canada if they fear persecution or danger to their life if they return to their country of citizenship or of usual residence.

The Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) is an independent board that makes decisions on 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’re not able to return because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on

person in need of protection is a person in Canada who can’t return to their home country safely. This is because, if they return, they may face:

Your refugee claim may not be eligible to be referred to the IRB if:

You are recognized as a Convention refugee by another country that you can return to,

You were granted protected person status in Canada

You arrived in Canada via the regular Canada-US border.

You are not admissible to Canada on security grounds or because of criminal activity or human rights violations

You made a previous refugee claim that was not found eligible

You made a previous refugee claim that was rejected by the IRB

You abandoned or withdrew a previous refugee claim


  1. Applicants claim asylum  either at the port of entry or inside Canada at an IRCC office.
  2. If their claim is accepted, it is forwarded to IRB. Applicants get work permit to work in Canada. They also get health coverage under Interim Federal Health program.
  3. Refugee Protection division of IRB sets a date of hearing the claim.
  1. Upon approval applicants can apply for Permanent Residence of Canada.
  2. In case of refusal, applicant can appeal the decision in Refugee Appeal division.
  3. If the application is refused from RAD, the next level is Federal court.
  4. If applicant’s claim is refused even from Federal court, their departure order is converted to deportation order.
  5. Applicants file PRRA (Pre-Removal Risk Assessment) before their departure as a last attempt to prove their claim.


At Euro Immigration Consultants, we are licensed, Authorized and experienced to represent clients before IRCC, IRB and CBSA. For Federal court hearing our panel lawyer will represent our clients.




As a first step applicants are assessed for their eligibility in the said class of immigration.


After completion of eligibility review, applicants and any accompanying family members are assessed for Admissibility as per the Canadian Immigration & Refugees Protection Act. The admissibility assessment process can take longer depending upon country of origin of the applicant, country of Application and several other factors. The seven factors that can make an applicant inadmissible from applying for Canadian Permanent Residence are:

  1. Security
  2. Human or International Rights Violation
  3. Serious Criminality
  4. Organized Criminality
  5. Health Issues
  6. Financial Reasons
  7. Misrepresentation




FREE ASSESSMENT: For detailed assessment of your profile please submit our online assessment form.

Our Regulated Immigration Consultant Mr. Ahmad Junaid Salik-Member ICCRC # R509291 will review your profile and advise you according to your profile.


Next Steps:

  1. Eligible candidates are invited for a Zoom / in person meeting with our consultant at which applicants get a chance to discuss their case at length.
  2. Applicants are sent our retainer agreement
  1. Client is sent a link of our CRM in which client can track all his records, payment, upload documents, actions performed by our team and progress of client application.
  2. At Euro Immigration Consultants, we charge our professional fee in 2-3 instalments as per the task ahead.