This is a companion post to my post on excessive demand here. It is more geared to lawyers and other readers of jurisprudence.

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One of the more frustrating aspects for prospective immigrants is Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s (“CIC”) general requirement that they have their non-accompanying dependants (spouses and children) undergo medical and criminal examination.  The task can be taunting for those who do not have full custody of their non-accompanying children.  However, CIC’s requirement is understandable in light of Canadian immigration legislation..

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