Given that Canada is a signatory to the Geneva Convention (1951), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966), the Convention Against Torture (1981), Canada assumes its responsibilities to protect the rights of Refugees and people in need of protection.
Refugees arriving in Canada can apply at any point of entry (border). They can also do it inside Canada, in a Canadian immigration office.
As asylum application is very complex, we offer our help in relation to:
The submission of an application for asylum from within Canada;
Relocation from outside Canada;
The appeal of an asylum decision,
Find services provided for refugees in Canada.