I went to the airport but the refugee I sponsored wasn’t there. What should I do?
If you sponsored a refugee who wasn’t at the airport at the time shown on your Notification of Arrival Transmission (NAT), let us know right away (IRCC.INROCO-CORORI.IRCC@cic.gc.ca).
Some airports also have Resettlement Assistance Program Service Provider Organizations that you can contact for help.
- Pearson International Airport (Toronto)
Malton Neighbourhood Services
- Vancouver International Airport
Community Airport Newcomers Network
- Calgary International Airport
Calgary Catholic Immigration Society
- Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (Montreal)
Ministry of Immigration, Francization and Integration
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