Canada revises controversial medical inadmissibility rules for immigrants Cost threshold for 'excessive demand' cases tripled and definition of social services amended

The Government of Canada has announced major changes to its controversial medical inadmissibility rules for immigration candidates that are expected to reduce the number of refusals significantly. The changes stop short of a recommendation by Parliament’s Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration to abolish Section 38-1(C) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, which bars … Continue reading Canada revises controversial medical inadmissibility rules for immigrants Cost threshold for ‘excessive demand’ cases tripled and definition of social services amended