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.
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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.
Unfortunately the case specific enquiry form is the only way to check the status of your PRTD application.
This is a Canadian website and we cannot provide information about American immigration policy. You should contact the State Department or a US immigration lawyer to see if they can answer your question.
You need to contact the Embassies of the countries you wish to travel to, to find out if they allow you to travel to the Shengen Area without a visa.
If you contacted their Embassies and they you don’t need a visa, then you should take their word for it.
You will need to apply for the visa and see if you are approved. It’s up to the US government.
Yes, that’s what it means, you can leave Canada again and travel back to Canada with it, through the expiry date.
You need to contact the visa office where you applied to find out what’s happening. You can use the “Case Specific Enquiry” form.
Probably not. You should contact the German consulate nearest you to confirm.