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What happens at the end of the hearing?

The Refugee Protection Division member will usually tell the claimant what the decision is right away. In some cases, they might ‘reserve’ or take more time to make the decision. In that case, they would mail a written decision to the claimant and their representative.

After the hearing: Topics of interest

What if the Refugee Protection Division refuses a claim or the Minister appeals the decision?

What happens when the Immigration and Refugee Board accepts a claim?

Can a refugee's status be taken away?



Last updated: Nov 19, 2013

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