The Canadian government is working to connect the policy of medical inadmissibility with Canadian values of inclusion of people with disabilities. The changes of  the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act’s (IRPA) medical inadmissibility policy have started since 2018, by a temporary public policy, which include removing special education, vocational education,… from category of social services. They achieve a balance between bringing newcomers into Canadian society through a fair immigration system and protecting public funded health and social services. A medical examination is required of all foreigners applying for a pr visa or intending to remain in Canada as a permanent resident, as well as some categories of temporary residents.

Published On: April 1st, 2022 / Categories: News /

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