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Continued backlogs at the Refugee Board

Published: Nov 29, 2022

Periodically the Refugee Protection Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board releases statistics as to how many people make refugee claims with regard to any particular country, how many cases are accepted, how many are rejected, and how many others are finalized by either being abandoned or withdrawn.

Below is a chart of how claims have been handled by the Immigration and Refugee Board over the last four years:

Claims Chart

What is noticeable from this chart is that there is a persistent backlog of cases waiting to be heard at the Refugee Protection Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board.

 

 
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