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Migration cessation could cost refugees a Canadian future

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Guest: Nicholas Keung, immigration reporter

Will a former refugee’s trip to see his dying father cost him his status in Canada? A growing number of ex-refugees have lost protected status in Canada as few know they can be pursued by Canadian border officials and faced with deportation after using an old passport or returning home. It’s a little-known process called cessation that for some has grave consequences. Immigration reporter Nicholas Keung joins to explain.

This episode was produced by Saba Eitizaz, Paulo Marques, Sima Shakeri and Alexis Green.

Saba Eitizaz is a co-host and producer on the Star’s podcast team. She is based in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @sabaeitizaz





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