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Private Refugee Sponsorships

Private Refugee Sponsorships

In response to the rate of violence and displacement in the world, the Canadian government established the first Private Refugee sponsorship program in 1979. The Private Refugees Sponsorship (PRS) program is an immigration program that permits permanent residents and citizens of Canada to sponsor the immigration and resettlement of refugees in Canada.

The PSR program is not sponsored by the government. It is sponsored by philanthropic organizations such as NGOs, religious bodies, and benevolent individuals. These entities raise funds through their incomes. With these funds, they sponsor the immigration, accommodation, and feeding of refugees for at least a year.  Refugee sponsorships are mostly processed as a group of five, community sponsor, or a Sponsorship Agreement Holder.

Private Refugee sponsorships accommodate two classes of refugees. They are the Convention Refugee Abroad Class and Country of Asylum Class. Private Refugee Sponsorship programs are great ways of serving humanity. However, this service to humanity is not complete without the legal services of an immigration firm. At Kahlon law, we are called to serve humanity. With service as a core value that we uphold, you can be assured that we will serve you to the best of our abilities.

We proudly boast of our legal expertise and experience which we have diligently built over the years. We have dealt with several immigration clients and handled several private refugee resettlement processes. You can trust us to offer the best legal representation services and enhance your refugee resettlement projects.

Contact us today, and let’s serve humanity together.