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Refugee Hearing (RPD)

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The RPD will send you a Notice to Appear by mail when your claim is ready to be heard. On the Notice to Appear, there are two dates. The first date is the date of your hearing. The second date on your Notice to Appear is for a special hearing. In the event that you do not attend your hearing, you must appear at your special hearing to explain why you were not able to attend your hearing. At the special hearing, the member will determine whether your claim should be declared abandoned.

 

Hearings usually take half a day and take place in private in order to protect you and your family. There is usually a short break about halfway through the hearing.

 

Young children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by an adult making a refugee claim are not required to appear before the Refugee Protection Division unless the presiding member requires their attendance. When a member determines that it is necessary for a young claimant to attend the hearing, you will be informed at the earliest possible opportunity. In some situations, older children will need to participate in the hearing. If you have concerns or questions about your child participating in the hearing, contact the RPD before your hearing or raise your concerns with the member at the hearing.

 

Note: If the RPD member cannot be in the same city as you, your hearing may take place by videoconference. In addition, hearings may take place by videoconference due to the pandemic.

 

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Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor Visa)

 

Extend Visitor Status / Stay / Record

 

Temporary Resident Permit (TRP)

 

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Canadian Citizenship Application

 

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