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Subject: H & C for failed refugee claimant
How much time does one have to submit H&C application after a failed refugee claim coming from a country where deportation have been temporarily suspended?
[18-09-2011,16:54]
[**.22.172.37]
refugee
(in reply to: H & C for failed refugee claimant)
1) h & c can be submitted anytime
2) h & c will not stop deportation
3) h & c ? have to prove hardship
4)do u have family here?
5)h & c can take about 3-10 years but will not prevent deportation.

if u have new evidence , then put that one in PRRA

[18-09-2011,18:43]
[***.206.188.237]
Anonymous
H & C for failed refugee claimant (in reply to: H & C for failed refugee claimant)
Thank you for ur response, I have no family here, I come from a country that Canada has temporarily suspended deportations.I come from a war torn country so hardship is there.I just thought that there is a deadline to submit h&c after getting negative response from refugee board.
[18-09-2011,21:15]
[**.15.132.5]
refugee
(in reply to: H & C for failed refugee claimant)
Before the H&C policy changed, one client submitted her H&C as soon as receiving a letter for a PRRA interview.
[19-09-2011,00:53]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous
(in reply to: H & C for failed refugee claimant)
How much TIME does one have to submit an H&C application?

Any person can submit an H&C application for landing from within Canada as long as they are here.

The issue is do you have an unusual, undeserved or disproportionate hardship? Your removal from Canada due to the situation in your home country allows only one factor a prolonged stay.

H&C Compassion has to be common sense so if the average Canadian does not feel you deserve compassion the chances of success are very limited.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2G_hd1yRFn4

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[19-09-2011,08:55]
[***.206.84.231]
Roy
(in reply to: H & C for failed refugee claimant)
H&C factor one: being from a war torn country.

Two: A degree of establishment in Canada(jobs, assets, community involvement, etc)

Three: best interest of children

[19-09-2011,11:27]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous
(in reply to: H & C for failed refugee claimant)
To me, from a war torn country is good enough... Don´t you think so Roy???
[19-09-2011,17:57]
[***.124.134.110]
Anonymous
(in reply to: H & C for failed refugee claimant)
what is the definition of a war torn country. Canada is not big enough for that category.
[19-09-2011,21:51]
[**.180.239.117]
Sharon

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