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The Salvation Army Immigrant and Refugee Services
The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that provides support in 400 communities across Canada and over 100 countries around the world.
The Salvation Army provides settlement services for people already in Canada in various parts of the country. Use the
"Find the Salvation Army"
button in the left column of this page to find contact information for the location nearest you.
For information about coming to Canada to Visit, Work Temporarily, Study, Immigrate, seek Refugee status, Canadian Citizenship, Sponsoring Your Family, Adopting a Child, or Hiring a Foreign Worker, visit
Private Sponsorship of Refugees Information
If you are interested in the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program information can be found on the
Refugee Sponsorship Training Program's
. The NEW
Handbook for Sponsoring Groups
can be found under resources and is an excellent source of information.
The Salvation Army's Role
The Salvation Army is a
Sponsorship Agreement Holder
and as such administrates the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program.
For Salvation Army Ministry Leaders
– Preliminary Assessment Documents for the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program are now available on Lotus Notes under Notice Board-Canada and Bermuda-Information - Program.
For public inquiries
– Please contact your local Salvation Army. To find contact information use the link in the left column "Find The Salvation Army".
For inquires from outside of Canada
– We cannot process the number of requests that would originate in other countries. Therefore, requests to sponsor a refugee from overseas must come from people who are currently residing in Canada and are Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada.
You can access the website of the Canadian Visa Office responsible for your country of origin and/or your country of residence by using this link to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website:
For additional information regarding refugee matters, you may also wish to visit the websites of the Canadian Council for Refugees at
The Salvation Army is not in a position to offer work to people from outside Canada who want to come to Canada or who are already in Canada and want to remain here and work. In order to come to Canada and work, people who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents must obtain the appropriate immigration documents (entry visas, work permits) from the immigration authorities. For those who have reasons to fear living in their country of origin, pursuing a refugee claim might be an option.
The Salvation Army is also not in a position to offer Immigration and Refugee law advice. More information about this area of law can be found on the website of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) at
or on the web-site of the Canadian visa office responsible for your country of origin and/or your country of residence at: '
Find a CIC office
The website of the Immigration and Refugee Board
may also be helpful.
If you are trying to find someone who can assist you with a
Canadian Immigration and Refugee law
matter, please note that
The Law Society of Upper Canada
provides the contact information of lawyers who are considered to be specialists in this area of law. Please note that, most likely, you will have to pay fees in order to obtain the advice and assistance that you may require.
If you have any further questions not referenced above, please contact the Immigrant and Refugee Services Consultant in the Corps Ministries Department at T.H.Q.
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