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After a recent case where a 62-year old man and his wife were denied permanent resident visas on medical grounds, Canadian lawyers are now urging the Federal Court to be more compassionate and empathetic to foreign nationals with serious medical conditions. The applicant, who is HIV positive, was denied the visa because of the need for costly HIV drugs. The couple has an elder daughter who is a Canadian citizen and wanted to sponsor her…

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Parents Sponsorship Program...

The Canadian federal government has put in commendable effort towards the improvement of the parent sponsorship program. This program is designed to help those who would wish to bring their parents or grandparents to Canada. Last year, a significant number of people applied but the…

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Dec 21
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The Federal Court Reconsiders...

57 Chinese immigrant applications were rejected because the applicants did not disclose that they had hired Flyaboard, a Beijing-based, immigration consultant firm that is not duly registered. All the 57 applications rejected by immigration officials on the grounds of misrepresentation. This was simply due to…

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