A denied application for a refugee status in Canada is not yet the end of the road for your intention to become a Canadian resident.
Don’t lose time fretting at the thought of being deported. There are other proven strategies that may help you in your case. One solution is for you to apply as a permanent resident of Canada. The success rate for this option is much better than applying on the grounds of humanitarian and compassionate consideration option.
If you are in this kind of predicament, don’t lose hope. It would be better if you act as soon as the moment you are notified that your application for a refugee status was denied. Your quick action on your case the soonest possible may save you from going through the stress of deportation and much worst face the possibility of being prohibited from entering Canada all your life, if deported.
There is this case of a professional immigration lawyer in Toronto where the lawyer and his staff, were able to intervene in a case where a couple, who were unsuccessful refugee status applicants hired the law office only after the applicants received their notice of deportation. The immigration law office quickly started work on their application for permanent residents, and filed the application at a Canadian visa office.
They were still asked to leave Canada BUT were able to come back with the help of the Canadian immigration lawyer as permanent residents of Canada. They will be able to accomplish their goal of someday becoming a Canadian citizen because of this positive development.
Those couple were not the only case where denied refugee status were salvaged by experienced immigration lawyers in Canada. Like what was mentioned above, the applicant’s quick action AFTER a notice of denial was received – would lessen the time involved in processing your re-application as a permanent resident. You may still be asked to leave, but once Immigration Canada finds your application satisfactory, they may make you comeback in as short as a month only.
If you are in the same situation as described above, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, email and phone number and we will send your inquiry to a professional Canadian immigration lawyer.
Disclaimer: The immigration article posted above does not substitute as a legal advice on immigration issues. If you need to consult a qualified professional about your case, you can visit a qualified immigration professional in your city or country. Use due diligence in doing so.