At ANYVISA, our immigration experts trying to provide all possible help to people in distress. Here we have assembled several major groups of people we identify as PEOPLE IN NEED OF PROTECTION.
The discrimination against refugees on the basis of their religion is a growing trend around the world. Religious minorities in various regions face persecution and will certainly be among those referred for resettlement by the UNHCR. There are also many minority religious groups who face persecution but not yet recognized by the United Nations.
Our position is based on our belief that it would be very wrong for Canada to refuse vulnerable religious refugees who meet all the criteria for resettlement simply because they are not in the mainstream media reports. If you feel a need to discuss your situation privately, please feel free to contact us for a private consultation.
Some people, who are visiting Canada, are not able to return to their home countries safely. That may be happening because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on their political opinion or opposition to the governing regimes.
Such political asylum seeker may be considered a person in need of protection because if he/she returns, they would be a subject to:
• A DANGER OF TORTURE;
• A RISK TO THEIR LIFE,
• A RISK OF CRUEL AND UNUSUAL TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT.
Women and Girls
The majority of female asylum seekers who arrived in Canada in the past five years said they did so to escape persecution for being a woman. It's the most common reason women seek refuge in Canada, ahead of religious, ethnic or political persecution.
Gender persecution against women and young girls includes such practices as forced marriage and female genital mutilation, as well as domestic abuse at the hands of a male family member, which accounted for half of the refugee claims.
These claims, like all refugee claims, are assessed based on two elements: the risk a person's faces and to what degree she can be protected in her home country. Refugees who are women and girls are among the most vulnerable people in the world. That is why we, at ANYVISA, dedicating a big part of our efforts to assist them around the world.
Some people may be eligible to apply for Humanitarian & Compassionate (H&C) grounds. Under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the Minister of Immigration may look at all individual circumstances and grant permanent residence status, if it is justified through humanitarian & compassionate considerations.
There are many different scenarios when H&C status can be granted and we help people to assess it privately and individually before they make this irreversible step in their migration strategy.
Every case will require documents suited to the particular issues involved, as one of the most important factors in an H&C application is the documentary evidence. Therefore it is extremely important to prepare a very strong submission package and collect persuasive supporting documentation
If you are someone (or you know someone!) who is living in Canada without the valid status, there are still chances you may be qualified to apply for H&C approval and obtain Canadian PR status. We will provide you with your best shot at staying in Canada and become a legal resident.