May 4, 2016
PR Status Granted After Medical Inadmissibility Finding
We were recently successful on an application for permanent residence, which involved a young child who had a rare and serious medical condition. Had the medical admissibility assessment not been specifically individualized to the particulars of his condition, i.e.: stage in treatment and prognosis, etc., the entire family would have been found to cause an excessive demand in Canada, and would have been refused permanent residence. Following extensive research and consultation with specialists, a Mitigation Plan and submissions detailing the appropriate condition, together with corroborating research, was presented, reviewed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, and approved. This family is now pleased to call themselves permanent residents of Canada.