what if my country isn’t considered as country (stateless) ?
What if I’ve already been in contact with IRCC for month’s with documents from the hospital tons of them and I’ve been waiting for over four months now?
I will answer you frankly, directly, and without being ''politically correct''.
They don't care... For the moment you are not yet a voter (citizen), your opinion or complaint does not count... Worse than that: They will look for the slightest pretext to activate the cessation procedure, without mercy.
You have no choice, only to wait. (You can try to relaunch them using the online form, call them... and also, contact your federal deputy... Hoping for you that he is not a conservative).
If you use, renew, or apply for a new passport from your country, and cbsa knows it (and they will know it when you return, or even before: the registers of travelers with the names of all travelers and the numbers and types of travel documents are transmitted by the airlines automatically even before you board the exit flight), if you do any of these actions that I have mentioned, it will mean = AUTOMATIC LOSS OF YOUR STATUS IN CANADA .
The agents of cbsa (asfc) will ''welcome'' you on your return to the airport, and will initiate the cessation procedure (loss of refugee status, and permanent resident status also if you have it) = Back to square one, in your country of origin and where you say you have been persecuted.
... Concerning statelessness, the only thing that is likely to change, i think, is the nature of the document that you will receive: A blue travel document convention 1951, or a '' certificate of identity '', document white... But this document is usually offered to stateless people or people unable to obtain a travel document from their country here (no representation, or state unable to provide documents)... In the end, it is the processing office in Gatineau which will decide the nature of the document which will be granted to you, but very probably the blue document of the 1951 convention if you have been recognized as a protected person, or a refugee: Is this the case?
When you say that your country is not considered a country, are you saying this from your point of view (separatist entity), or from that of the UN and Canada (Palestine or Taiwan, for example)? ... Can we know what is your ''country''? (Curiosity... But also to better answer you).