Recently, the Canadian government made a massive amendment to the Canada Immigration policy. They have made a compassionate change to the major component of the medical inadmissibility policy. The new change determines to include the people with disabilities for permanent residency, upholding the value of diversity and recognizing the contribution of new immigrants. These newcomers play a vital role in building and developing the country’s economic, social and political framework.
These changes will form a proper balance between welcoming newcomers into the country through a compassionate immigration system and protecting public-funded social services and healthcare. And these changes include:
All overseas Canada PR Visa applicants, both onshore and offshore, and temporary residents must appear for a medical examination to complete the process. If they have a medical condition, it will not lead to inadmissibility. Instead, each application will be evaluated individually by considering immigration medical examination and the costs of services for treatment.
Earlier, medical inadmissibility was categorized into three categories. If the overseas applicants have fallen under any of these factors, they will be subject to inadmissibility. These factors are:
And now, the changes will amend the significant component of the above-mentioned medical inadmissibility factor. With these changes, the Canadian government aims to remove the hurdles for people with disabilities who wish to migrate to the country. And it will also support the country by motivating and inspiring these people to make a noble contribution to the community.