The cessation cases would beg to differ that it isn’t a big deal to visit your home country. Anyone visiting your home country as a protected person should do so knowing they risk losing their status. It has nothing to do with being human it is about following the rules. It is also about claims that it is to dangerous to be in your home country while being able to return. There are certainly sacrifices that come with claiming asylum but if your life is truly ask risk you are willing to deal with the rules and limitations. It can take up to the point of applying for citizenship (can even be after getting citizenship) that the visit to home countries are discovered and that cessation application against them are filed. The more people who visit their home countries as protected people the more reavailmemt cases are likely to be filed to spread the message that you can’t travel to your home country without risking your status in Canada. The more people who visit their home country as protected people, the more ammunition for those who don’t support refugee programs. The information will be used to prove that Canada doesn’t need to provide protection to people if so many are able to return home.Visiting your home country after re accepted is not a big deal, let nobody cast fear here. Just as you rightly mentioned, if there is genuine and urgent reason for you to do, those guys are human, and they will understand. I have numerous friends that have been traveling to and fro their home country with their RTD, no issues whatsoever. One of them went to visit his wife that put to bed while he was waiting for hearing, another travelled just because it’s been 5years he saw his parents. So, the risk and the caution is there, but not a grave offense, just for your protection.