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Pre-Removal Risk Assessment
A Pre-Removal Risk Assessment Application is also known as PRRA.
A foreign national can become a permanent resident of Canada on the grounds of PRRA. The PRRA may prevent deportation of the person whose life is in danger or who faces persecution, torture and/or punishment in their home country.
A PRRA is available to a claimant whose refugee claim has been denied and who has been ordered to leave Canada.
A PRRA has two steps:
The applicant must file an application within 15 days after it received.
After filing the PRRA, the applicant has 15 days to submit the written submissions and supporting documents.