70% of Roma Refugee Claims Now Positive in Ontario, After Years of Low Success Rates
For Roma refugee Virginia Ivancsik and her family, getting the opportunity to start a new life in Toronto was a seven year process marked by refused refugee claims, deportations, and multiple trips back and forth to their home country of Hungary.
Finally, just last month, the 27-year-old got some good news: Both she and her partner can officially stay in Canada.
The Roma couple is now one of a rising number of Ontario refugee success stories among the Roma community — a trend revealed by data involving nearly five years of Immigration and Refugee Board decisions obtained through a CBC News investigation.
Pelley, Lauren and Rehaag, Sean.
"70% of Roma Refugee Claims Now Positive in Ontario, After Years of Low Success Rates."
(07 February 2018):