Family Invited to Finalize PR Application Despite Medical Inadmissibility Finding
A family applied for permanent residence in 2014 and IRCC was of the opinion that their youngest child, who is on the autism spectrum, would cause a strain on Canada’s social services. IRCC specifically focused on the cost of the child’s education, required therapies and availability of relief care in Canada. After hiring our firm for assistance, a detailed plan was presented to IRCC, focusing on the child’s individualized circumstances, including medical and non-medical factors, providing details of how the child’s education would be delivered in Canada together with the therapy, without leading to causing an excessive demand in Canada. We are pleased to report that following our extensive submissions, the family has been invited to finalize their permanent residence application!