Log in to the system to access the Profile Search. You can search by:
If you wish to view the complete list of profiles, click only the search button.
Once you have chosen a case, email the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) the profile number and
details of the additional information you require. Please note that RSTP will provide you with further instructions.
As a Sponsorship Agreement Holder, you should review the profiles carefully to ensure your sponsoring group
and community will be able to meet the needs of that refugee(s). If a profile indicates existing family or
friends in Canada, it is recommended that only sponsoring groups in that community sponsor the case.
To obtain additional information on particular profiles, email RSTP.
Should there be additional, relevant settlement information on a particular profile, there will be a note
under Additional Information saying “Please contact the Matching Centre by sending your request to RSTP.”
If a sponsoring group wishes to receive information on annotated cases, they should email RSTP.
When emailing, please include the following details in your message:
RSTP will be the intermediary between the sponsoring group and the Matching Centre. All communication from
the sponsoring group must go through RSTP first. The local IRCC offices will come into play later on in the process.
Once the sponsoring group has decided to sponsor the case, they should immediately contact RSTP to confirm
their commitment to submit an undertaking to sponsor.
If you are interested in a profile that indicates a non-sponsored family member will be travelling to Canada
with the sponsored refugee, you should clarify the role that the family member expects you to play, if any,
in their settlement. Please contact RSTP for these cases, to obtain more information.
The Matching Centre will remove the case from the website as soon as notification of sponsorship from the RSTP is received.
The Visa Office will coordinate travel arrangements and send a Notification of Arrival Transmission (NAT) to
the Matching Centre. The Matching Centre will send the NAT to the sponsor, RSTP and the local office.
Your local Canada Immigration Centre will do a 6 to 10 month review of all profiled cases to determine:
All requests to modify assistance will be done in consultation with the sponsor.