(DISPONIBLE EN FRANÇAIS - IMM 0008 F)
PROTECTED WHEN COMPLETED - B
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PROTECTED PERSONS AND CONVENTION REFUGEES
IMM 0008 (05-2020) E
This form must be completed by the principal applicant and any
person included in the application for permanent residence who has
also been found to be a protected person including your spouse or
common-law partner, and all dependent children aged 18 years or
If there is not enough space to provide all the necessary information,
attach to this form a separate sheet of paper with further details.
Print your name at the top of each additional sheet and indicate the
form's title and the number of the question you are answering.
Your full name - Family name Given name(s)
Date of birth (YYYY-MM-DD)
Client ID/UCI/FOSS ID
Have you ever been granted permanent residence in Canada?
a) Are you recognized as a Convention refugee by a country other than Canada?
b) Can you return to that country?
a) Are you a citizen or national of more than one country?
b) If yes, what countries?
a) Are you a legal and permanent resident of any country?
b) If yes, what country(ies)?
c) Can you return to that country?
DECLARATION OF APPLICANT
I declare that the information I have given is truthful, complete and correct.
Personal information provided on this form is collected by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) under the authority of the Immigration and
Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). The personal information will be used for the purpose of processing your admissibility to Canada and the eligibility of your
refugee application claim. The personal information provided may be disclosed to other federal government institutions, law enforcement bodies, provincial/
territorial governments or foreign governments for the purpose of validating identity, eligibility, and admissibility.
Personal information may also be used for other purposes including research, statistics, program and policy evaluation, internal audit, compliance, program
integrity, risk management, subsequent program eligibility, strategy development and reporting.
Failure to complete the form in full may result in a delay or the application not being processed. The Privacy Act gives individuals the right of access to,
protection, and correction of their personal information. If you are not satisfied with the manner in which IRCC handles your personal information, you may
exercise your right to file a complaint to the Office of Privacy Commissioner of Canada. The collection, use, disclosure and retention of your personal
information is further described in IRCC's Personal Information Bank - IRCC PPU 009.