Canadian Refugee Procedure/106 - Claimant Without Identification - Credibility

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IRPA Section 106[edit | edit source]

Section 106 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act reads:

Claimant Without Identification

106 The Refugee Protection Division must take into account, with respect to the credibility of a claimant, whether the claimant possesses acceptable documentation establishing identity, and if not, whether they have provided a reasonable explanation for the lack of documentation or have taken reasonable steps to obtain the documentation.

For commentary, see RPD Rule 11[edit | edit source]

See: Canadian Refugee Procedure/Information and Documents to be Provided#RPD Rule 11 - Documents Establishing Identity and Other Elements of the Claim.

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