Saturday, November 16, 2019

Refugees to Canada

The term refugee can mean a forcibly displaced person who has fled their country of origin. It can also mean a person who was, on top of that, granted refugee status in the country the person fled to. Refugees and others seeking protection in Canada are seeking security and protection from threats to their own lives. Refugee claimants all go through a front-end security screening. Through this process, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) checks all refugee claimants on arrival in Canada. Since the screening was put in place in 2001, the number of claimants found to represent any kind of security concern has been statistically insignificant. It is more difficult to enter Canada as a refugee than as a visitor, because the refugee determination process involves security checks by CSIS and the RCMP, fingerprinting and interviews.

Here are some news about refugees to Canada:

How Syrian refugees to Canada have fared since 2015 - May 21, 2019

Canada nixes ‘safe country’ policy from Harper-era as asylum claims rise - May 17, 2019

Looming election turns up the heat on refugees - May 19, 2019

Opinion: Canada must protect its border - May 21, 2019

Canada's 'rigid' asylum system unable to respond to spikes in refugee claims, auditor general finds - May 7, 2019

Thousands of Saudi students remain in Canada, despite Riyadh's pledge to axe scholarships - May 21, 2019

Canada ends the Designated Country of Origin practice - May 17, 2019

Where Ontario can make cuts: Stop giving welfare to refugees who should be deported - May 9, 2019

From horrors of war to refugee in Canada: teacher helps student share his story - May 14, 2019

AGAR: Trudeau refuses to protect our border from illegal aliens - May 20, 2019

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