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Canada is committed to ensuring that foreign nationals being deported from Canada are not sent to a country where they would be in danger or at risk of persecution. Canada does this by allowing foreign nationals in Canada, who are facing deportation, to apply for a Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA). If the PRRA application is accepted the foreign national will become a “protected person” and may be eligible to then apply for Canadian permanent residence.


Criteria for Applying

If you are facing deportation, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will call you into their offices for a pre-removal interview, at which you may be given a PRRA application, if you are eligible.

If you choose to apply for a PRRA, you must do so within 15 days of being given the PRRA application (your removal will be suspended once your PRRA application has been submitted).  You will then have another 15 days to make written submissions with supporting documents to a PRRA officer.


Contact Eastman Law Office to prepare your PRRA application

As your immigration lawyer, Eastman Law Office will prepare your PRRA from start to finish ensuring that it is thoroughly prepared and well supported with an abundance of documentary evidence establishing that you are in need of Canada’s protection.  We will ensure that your application has the best possibility of being approved.

Once your application is submitted to the PRRA officer all future correspondence and communications pertaining to your application directly will be sent to Eastman Law Office. Our law office will continue to be your legal representative until a final determination is made on your PRRA application.  Should any issue arise in the processing of your application, Eastman Law Office will address it immediately.

Call Eastman Law Office at (905) 451-1550 or e-mail us at to have our law office prepare and submit your PRRA application.


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Please note that none of the information on this website should be construed as being legal advice. As well, you should not rely on any of the information contained in this website when determining whether and how to apply to any program offered by Immigration Canada. Canadian immigration law changes constantly, and therefore information contained on this website may be out of date and no longer valid. If you have a question about the contents of this website, or any question about Canadian immigration law, please contact Eastman Law Office.

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