Decades of experience on successful claims
Refugee claimants are judged according to the United Nations Convention on Refugees. A refugee is a person who is outside his or her country of residence and cannot return there for fear of persecution based upon that person's race, religion, nationality, political opinion, sexuality or membership in a particular social group. In Canada, refugees must prove they meet such conditions at a hearing.
Most refugees enter Canada as visitors, or arrive without a valid visa and make their claims at the border. At Jurmain Law Office, we’ve spent decades helping refugees make strong claims for asylum, and are intimately familiar with that rules that shape refugee status in Canada. We strongly recommend securing the services of a lawyer before contemplating a refugee claim.
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