PRRA is one of the final appeals the Canada Immigration allows the refugee claimants to be successful in his claim.
The PRRA application is to weigh the probable dangers faced by the refugee claimant or its Family members in case of deportation.
If you are told to leave Canada, you will be given a notice that the removal order is being enforced. At that time, if you are eligible, you will be given the opportunity to apply for a Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA).
If you apply, an officer will review your application, as well as documents and other evidence your counsel provide in support of your application. If you previously made a refugee claim, the officer will limit their consideration to new evidence, or that which you were not able to present at your refugee hearing.
You may be asked to attend an interview.
If you are eligible to apply for a PRRA, you will be given an application form and guide.
You will have fifteen (15) days to apply.
When you receive your PRRA forms, your removal order is suspended for 15 days.
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