Yes you can. Contact IRCC to do so.
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Most countries treat Canadian refugee travel documents differently than passports. You should call the Jamaican Embassy to find out whether or not you need a visa.
Most likely. You should contact the airline to be sure.
How to get an emergency passport (and if you can get one) depends upon which country you are from.
If you mean a Canadian Refugee Travel Document, you can get that from Passport Canada.
The processing time is 20 days, that does not including the time it takes to mail it to you.
You can apply for urgent service but you need to apply in person in Gatineau, QC. You will have to prove you are travelling. You can pay for next day or expedited (2-9 business days) service.
You should speak to a refugee lawyer. But, to the best of our knowledge, you cannot leave Canada to study elsewhere if you want to maintain refugee status in Canada and obtain PR through it.
Most likely. Call the Embassy to confirm.
You can attempt to submit the application before you travel, but we don’t know whether or not it will be accepted.
If you are a Protected Person in Canada and apply for a Canadian Refugee Travel Document, this document will usually ban you from travelling to the country you fled as a refugee. If you still have a valid passport from that country, though, you can likely travel on that.
If your Canadian travel document prevents you from travelling to Iraq, you could lose your status in Canada if it is discovered that you travelled to Iraq. If your document does not prevent you from travelling to Iraq, you can.