Canada Immigration Case-law Canada, Villanueva, IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — Humanitarian and compassionate grounds by Joy Stephen, Polinsys

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IMMIGRATION — Selection and admission — Humanitarian and compassionate grounds — Applicants were denied refugee status and received negative pre-removal risk assessment — Applicant’s humanitarian and compassionate application for permanent residence was dismissed — Applicants had Canadian-born child who had health issues — Officer was not satisfied that Canadian-born child suffered from medical condition for which treatment would be unavailable in country of origin — Officer concluded there was insufficient objective evidence to establish that applicants’ removal from Canada would adversely affect their children — Applicants sought judicial review — Application dismissed — Decision was not unreasonable — Officer’s weighing of evidence and conclusion reached was not unreasonable — More ought to have been put before officer regarding Canadian-born child’s medical condition

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