Denial of Canadian residency is upheld for family of child with disability

05/19/2010 | (Canada)

A federal judge in Canada declined to review the appeal of an immigration case in which a French family that has a child with cerebral palsy is being denied permanent residency because of the expected drain on Quebec's social services caused by the child's disability. The family's lawyer said they plan to ask Immigration Minister Jason Kenney to allow them to stay on humanitarian grounds.

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