The immigration minister of Canada, Ahmed Hussen has stated that the present medical inadmissibility rules for new immigrants are out of date as per values of the country and needs change.
Hussen was speaking at the Standing Committee on Immigration in Parliament on Wednesday. Speaking on the broader review of the medical inadmissibility rules on immigration, she stated “necessary and long overdue.”
The present policy of Canada to refuse immigrants who have high chances of causing excessive demand on social services and health is nearly forty years old and this creates the need to make it according to 21st century. Continue reading “Canada Wants to Make Changes in Medical Inadmissibility Rules”