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admissibility of a claim for asylum [1 record]

Record 1 2016-02-29


Subject field(s)
  • Citizenship and Immigration

The decision on the "admissibility" of a claim for asylum is often taken by a border official and the application may not be referred to the body responsible for the determination of refugee status.


admissibility of a claim: term used by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.


  • Citoyenneté et immigration

La décision sur la «recevabilité» d'une demande d'asile est souvent prise par un garde-frontière, et il se peut que la demande ne soit pas transmise à l'organe responsable de la détermination du statut de réfugié.


Le terme «revendication» a été remplacé par «demande d'asile» par la «Loi sur l'immigration et la protection des réfugiés» (LIPR) modifiée en juin 2002.


recevabilité d'une revendication : terme employé par Citoyenneté et Immigration Canada.


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