Overwhelmed by asylum claims from
irregular illegal migrants crossing the U.S. border, the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Board is fast-tracking “less complex” cases from selected countries, by reviewing evidence WITHOUT a full hearing. Over 26,000 illegal alien migrant wannabes have crossed over the US border into Canada between 2017 and 2018, and only 1% have been removed.
TheSpec (h/t MarvinW) Notice how most of the countries on this list are MUSLIM countries. To qualify for the file-review process, a claimant must be from one of these 14 countries:
Afghanistan, Burundi, Egypt, Eritrea, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, Venezuela and Yemen
On Tuesday, refugee judges began assessing claims under what is known as a file-review process — meaning a decision is made based on
Many of the claims are from asylum seekers who came through the U.S.-Canada border since late 2015 after U.S. President Donald Trump came into the office with a mandate to crack down on illegal migrants.
The RPD can, in specific circumstances, accept a claim for refugee protection without a hearing. Accepting a claim without a hearing is called the file-review process, and it allows RPD decision-makers to accept the claim after a review of the evidence in the file, which includes confirmation of security screening, the Basis of Claim Form, identity documents and other relevant evidence and submissions.
Claims that can be accepted WITHOUT a hearing:
Any claim that meets the criteria set out in the Instructions Governing the Streaming of Less Complex Claims at the Refugee Protection Division can be processed by file review without a hearing. Country and claim types generally considered appropriate for the file-review process are as follows: