This number is assigned by the Matching Centre (MC). Use this number when requesting case information from
Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP).
(High or Regular)
Cases that require a sponsor immediately due to life threatening situations such as:
Urgent Protection cases not included.
Cases that may have medical requirements but no major medical condition such as:
Cases that require a sponsor but do not have any significant medical conditions, such as:
(JAS, VOR, or BVOR)
(Yes or No)
A yes will indicate if the refugee(s) has contacts in Canada.
This field indicates whether statutory requirements, such as medical and security examinations, have been completed.
If yes, the refugee(s) can be expected to arrive in Canada as soon as the undertaking has been approved and the exit process has been completed;
Profiles for refugees who are not ready to travel will be posted only in exceptional cases.
DD / MM / YYYY
Indicates the number of people in the family, including head of family.
Indicates country of birth.
(High, Medium, Low)
Indicates the severity of the medical requirements for the individual or one or more members of the family.
For more details on medical requirements, contact RSTP with the profile number.
(Name of location)
If the refugee has family or friends already residing in Canada or has indicated an interest in settling in a specific community, the community of destination will be indicated. Only sponsors in the designated community of settlement are recommended to sponsor this case.
This field could include details such as destination city, relationship to contacts in Canada, and cross-referenced cases.
This field could include details such as:
None / Primary / Secondary / College / Trade/ School / University / Grades 1-13
Indicates other languages spoken by refugee
Indicates previous work experience and/or skills that can be used to gain employment in Canada.
Indicates whether special settlement needs or assistance is required.
Indicates whether the refugee(s) is traveling with other relatives who are not sponsored. In these instances, the accompanying relatives are normally traveling as Government Assisted Refugee.
Indicates whether the refugee(s) has additional relatives that were not able to be processed along with them due to various circumstances. However, depending on the relationship, they may be eligible for the OYW.
Indicates the reason(s) the Visa Office or Matching Centre has requested the benefit of a sponsorship.
The reasons can include but are not limited to:
Provides a brief description of the main reason(s) why the refugee(s) requires additional settlement assistance.