Canada Immigration Case-law Canada v Namweya, IMMIGRATION — Refugee status — Requirements by Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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IMMIGRATION — Refugee status — Requirements

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Applicant’s claim for refugee protection was rejected — Refugee Protection Division (“RPD”) found applicant’s failure to disclose her HIV condition in her original PIF created negative inference — RPD found applicant failed to take reasonable steps to avail herself of state protection and applicant failed to show state protection was inadequate — Applicant sought judicial review — Application dismissed — Finding applicant was not credible was reasonable — Applicant did not seek protection whether from police or any other state or private agency

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