Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has a program called Sponsorship of Parents or Grandparents, butit is difficult to access. This program could be a good longer term option, or an option if the parents or grandparents are not refugees themselves (making them ineligible for refugee sponsorship).
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Can a refugee bring a family member to the US?
There are many avenues in which refugees can petition for family members to join them in the U.S. The Affidavit of Relationship is tied to the P3 Family Reunification Program in which certain refugees can be resettled under the Reception and Placement Program.
Can a refugee file an AOR for a relative?
The AOR is filed with assistance from the local resettlement program . Refugees and Asylees, or Lawful Permanent Residents who entered the United States as a refugee or asylee, may apply for relatives to join them using the I-730 Relative/Asylee Relative Petition.
How can I get refugee status for my child?
Your child had to be conceived (this means the mother was already pregnant) or born before you entered as a refugee or were granted asylum. See the Application Procedures: Getting Derivative Refugee or Asylum Status for your Child page for more information.
What does it mean to be a direct refugee?
This means that you were granted refugee or asylee status directly and did not obtain it through a relative. You entered the United States as a refugee within the past 2 years or were granted asylum within the past 2 years.