February 24, 2016
Medical Admissibility Case Approved After 4.5 Years!
We are pleased to report that a medical admissibility case was recently approved after having been in process with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for over 4½ years, that dealt with both social and medical service excessive demands. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada was concerned with the need for specialized education, speech therapy, and expensive medicine and treatment. A detailed Plan was prepared and submitted to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada addressing all the identified needs. An updated Plan was also sent thereafter, demonstrating that the dependent applicant would not cause an excessive demand in light of the individual’s personal medical circumstances and the Plan presented that would alleviate any burden to the Province for the identified social services.