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Subject: Asylum seeker
  I´m from Democratic republic of Congo and currently i´m in Latin America and i´m planning to come to see asylum in Canada because the place where i come in Congo is in war therefore i can return in my home land.

Do you think is possible for me to do it? and if i do it how much is the possibility to get accepted? I speak both of canadian national language which are french and english.

What should i do once i get Canada? Any advice please.

[05-03-2012,10:17]
[**.167.62.148]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
They will not likely allow you to stay. You are currently out of danger in Latin America and therefore a refugee application is not appropriate.
[05-03-2012,16:12]
[**.16.209.125]
Sharon
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
If you need visa to get in, you will be stopped when you go for visa. If you sneak in somehow and try for asylum, a swift decision will be made and deportation will ensue. I would say stay in Latin America; find some menial work and just survive.
[06-03-2012,12:06]
[***.202.41.191]
what!
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
Just survive? come on man!!!
[06-03-2012,12:16]
[**.167.62.148]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
You are not elegible for asylum in Canada. If your life was indeed in danger you should have applied right in the Central American country you are currently living in.

Your best bet to immigrate would be through the federal skill worker program or a provincial nominee program if you meet the requirements.

Forget about the refugee option. You are not elegible!


[06-03-2012,12:30]
[***.115.153.178]
DocD
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
What i read here is that whether i apply for asylum in the country where i´m living in or i should go back to home country and taking risk to be killed or jailed and afterwards i should try come in Canada? Bringing all clues about the dangerousness from which i escape?
[07-03-2012,10:44]
[**.167.62.148]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
yes, but there is still no guarantee that Canada will let you stay. There are more safe countries than Canada.

Do you have skills that would allow you to come as a skilled worker?


[07-03-2012,12:40]
[**.16.209.125]
Sharon
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
How many African countries have non stop direct flights from the terrible African country right into Canada? If he comes by ship he could be detained for a year for no other reason but entering by ship.

Does it make a difference if he takes 1 hour or 235 hours to get to Canada to make his claim. NOT REALLY!

As long as you have a WELL FOUNDED fear of persecution you will be accepted.

http://www.refugeesinternational.org/where-we-work/africa/dr-congo?gclid=CLL5mKrV164CFQ4EQAodiQ6Haw

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[08-03-2012,11:59]
[**.229.22.178]
Roy
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
Thanks Roy for your encouraging posting. In fact I DO HAVE A WELL FOUNDED fear of persecution, that why i was thinking to seek asylum to a country which i deem being the best to proctect me and in which i can get integrated more easely.

At same time i understand(even though i don´t mean justify it) the bitterness of Sharon who perhaps thinks that every non-canadian comes in Canada just to take advatange of the system(health care, social services) and more rights without doing nothing for the canadian society in return. Or perhaps She thinks foreigners are a threat for the socio economic balance in the future for Canada. But not all aliens are like that Sharon.

[08-03-2012,21:05]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: Asylum seeker)
I would not help at this forum if I thought what you say is true.

I just know that Canada is not the only safe place in this world.

[09-03-2012,00:37]
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Sharon
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