Canada is the country that comes first to assisting Syrian refugees. Canada has evolved to supporting the Syrian in need of their protection and safety. Canadians come together for Syria with communities to welcome Syrian refugees to resettlement in Canada.
How Canadian immigration services helping Syrian refugee
The key features are that the Canadian government resettled more than 25000 Syrian refugees between November 4, 2015, and February 29, 2016. In this period, Canada donate and sponsored Syrian to resettle down in Canada. Their commitment to resettling Syrian refugees to Canada in 2017.
Additionally, Canada sponsored Syrian by their community. Government-assisted refugee sponsor, 21,876 Syrian refugees. On the other hand, blended Visa office-referred refugee-like 3,931 Syrian sponsored to resettlement in Canada. About 14,274 Syrian sponsored by the privately sponsored refugee to resettlement in Canada.
By welcoming Syrian refugees to Canada, it was a historic effort. It shares some stories, videos, and photos of the journey to Canada and everyone who helped make it happened.
Canada attains to help Syrian to make a difference in their lives in various ways.
- To volunteering with an organization that works to welcome Syrian.
- Work with second-hand shops, food banks, and charities.
- Donate funds locally and globally.
- We are sponsoring a Syrian refugee.
Welcoming in Canada
Securing operation Syrian Refugees felt welcome in Canada by working with settlement organizations. It’s decided where to send Syrian refugees based on these topics to help Syrian refugees.
- The majority of the privately sponsored refugees went to their sponsor’s communities.
- Whether or not the refugees had any relatives in Canada.
- The need for their specific services for those with medical conditions.
- The accessibility of schools, languages, training, and other services.
Government help refugees to find house
Securing permanent housing for Syrian refugees was and remained a key priority. All of government-assisted Syrian refugees who were resettled to Canada by the end of February 2016. They had found permanent accommodations by the summer of 2016.