Lawyers and refugee advocates are furious at the Trudeau Liberals over the move, saying they were blindsided by the measure tucked into the budget bill, calling it an attack of refugee rights in the country.
Strangely enough, the proposed amendments that will change the national immigration policy are included as mere clauses in the government's budget bill.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday defended the proposed changes, saying his government's priority is to ensure Canadians "can continue to have confidence in our asylum system".
Most of the asylum-seekers now making claims in Canada haven't made a refugee claim in the U.S., Matas said from Chennai, India.
According to the proposed amendments, border agents will be bestowed with authority to reject refugee claims from people who have already been turned away from a country that has an immigration information-sharing agreement with Canada, which includes the USA, the UK, New Zealand and Australia.
Alongside the recent changes to legislation, Minister Bill Blair has also been in touch with American counterparts to seek a resolution to the loopholes in the Safe Third Country Agreement.
Its new "border enforcement strategy" includes money for 50,000 claims to be processed per year, while removing failed refugee claimants "in a timely manner", said Marie-Emmanuelle Cadieux with the Office of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction in Ottawa.
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A 1985 Supreme Court ruling, known as the Singh decision after the group of Sikh refugee claimants involved in the case, ruled that asylum-seekers have the right to full oral hearings of their refugee claims.
Immigration and Refugee Protection Act is intent on discouraging "asylum-shopping".
Canada will make sure no one is sent to a country where they would be in danger or at risk of persecution, she said.
In Canada, Samatar received legal aid and was able to prove his refugee claim at an Immigration and Refugee Board hearing.
The provision, he explained, would simply formalize the notion that Canada's refugee system is comparable to those in other developed nations and so if an asylum bid is rejected by them, it would fail here as well.
Janet Dench, executive director of the Canadian Council for Refugees, said she suspects refugee lawyers are already starting to look closely the legalities of the government's proposed changes.