Refugee Appeal Division Information Sessions for Appellants

Information sessions are being held to help refugee appellants better understand the appeal process and how to properly file and perfect their appeals. The Refugee Appeal Division (RAD) supports this initiative in order to maintain an efficient appeal process. The sessions are offered in our three main regional offices located in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

In Toronto and Vancouver, they are organized in cooperation with local non-governmental organizations. Sessions usually last around 60 to 90 minutes, are held free-of-charge and address the following questions:

  • Who can file an appeal of a decision rendered by the Refugee Protection Division (RPD)?
  • How to file an appeal?
  • What is needed to perfect an appeal?
  • How is an appeal processed at RAD and what are the possible outcomes?

Montréal

Sessions are held on Thursdays at 1:30 PM.  For more information about the initiative and to register for a session, please contact:

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Complexe Guy-Favreau
200 René-Lévesque West,  East Tower,  Room 102
Montréal, Qc
H2Z 1X4
Tel. (514) 283-7733

Toronto

For more information about the initiative and to register for a session, please contact:
 
FCJ Refugee Centre
208 Oakwood Avenue
Toronto, ON
M6E 2V4
Tel. (416) 469-9754
Web site:   http://www.fcjrefugeecentre.org/2013/02/radsessions/

Vancouver

For more information about the initiative and to register for a session, please  contact:

Kinbrace Community Society
Tel. (604) 328-3132
Email: fran@kinbrace.ca