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Canada immigration tweaks medical inadmissibility rule for disabled

RED DEER, Alberta -- Recently announced changes to Canada s immigration rules have reignited hope for some caregivers whose family members disabilities have stalled their applications for permanent status. Canada has revised its 40-year-old rule involving immigration inadmissibility on grounds of medical conditions which were perceived to cause significant burden on taxpayers money intended for health and social services. On April 16, Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announce

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