Information To Be Provided About the Claimant by an Officer
|Name, gender and date of birth.
|Department of Citizenship and Immigration client identification number.
|If the claimant is detained, the name and address of the place of detention.
|Claimant’s contact information in Canada, if any.
|Contact information of any counsel for the claimant.
|Official language chosen by the claimant as the language of proceedings before the Board.
|Date the claim was referred or deemed to be referred to the Division.
|Section of the Act under which the claim is being referred.
|Officer’s decision about the claim’s eligibility under section 100 of the Act, if a decision has been made.
|The country or countries in which the claimant fears persecution, torture, a risk to their life or a risk of cruel and unusual treatment or punishment.
|Whether the claimant may need a designated representative and the contact information for any proposed designated representative.
|Whether the claimant needs an interpreter, including a sign language interpreter, during any proceeding, and the language and dialect, if any, to be interpreted.
|If a claim of the claimant’s spouse, common-law partner or any relative has been referred to the Division, the name and Department of Citizenship and Immigration client identification numbers of each of those persons.
|When and how the officer notified the claimant of the referral of the claim to the Division.
|Whether the claim was made at a port of entry or inside Canada other than at a port of entry.
|Any other information gathered by the officer about the claimant that is relevant to the claim.
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