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Who can be a designated representative?

Who can be a designated representative?

Who can be a designated representative?

The designated representative can be a family member or someone who knows the person. If no one suitable is available, the Immigration and Refugee Board will appoint a professional, such as a lawyer, law student, or social worker, to act as the designated representative.

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