Sponsorship Agreement Holders (Sah)

An SAH can be a local, regional or national organization. He assumes full responsibility for the management of sponsorships within the framework of his agreement. An SAH must be in the community where the refugee or refugee family is likely to be relocated. An SAH may allow other groups in the community to sponsor refugees as part of its agreement. These groups are called “constituent groups”. You can also work with other groups in the community to sponsor refugees as part of your agreement. In doing so, you remain responsible for the emotional and financial support of the refugee(s). These groups are called “constituent groups”. The federal government administers the refugee sponsorship program for refugees arriving in a region other than Quebec. In this case, the federal government sets the conditions that the sponsors must meet and manages the entire processing of the refugee application.

A Holder Sponsorship Agreement (SAH) is a registered organization that has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship. Canada is the first country in the world to have a refugee sponsorship program that directly involves individuals and communities in the resettlement of refugees from abroad. It has become a model for other countries around the world. On March 30, 2020, we updated the application process for sponsorship contract holders. You have until 30 June 2020 to submit an application. SAHs assume overall responsibility and responsibility for the management of sponsorships as part of their agreement. SAHs may allow other groups in the Community to sponsor refugees under their agreements. The SAH is legally responsible for all sponsorships submitted under its agreement. The CMs are the facilitators of the sponsorships themselves.

Some SAHs have CGs and others do not. A Constituent Group (GC) is a group that has been authorized in writing by the SAH to act on its behalf in the promotion of refugees. An SAH can allow any number of CG to sponsor under its agreement and to assist sponsored refugees. Each SAH defines its own criteria for the recognition of CGs. Adms have the following characteristics: Many organizations have signed sponsorship agreements with the Government of Canada to help foreign refugees resettle in Canada. These organizations are called the Holders Sponsorship Agreement. They may sponsor refugees themselves or work with others in the community to sponsor refugees. When an organization signs a sponsorship agreement, it assumes the legal responsibilities listed in the sponsorship agreement. . .

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