The immigration department is often sensitive to individuals’ health status showing interest in living and entering Canada. For instance, a foreign national is deemed inadmissible if their health status:
Overcoming medical inadmissibility
If a person is believed to have medical inadmissibility then they will be sent a procedural fairness letter that explains the reason for their inadmissibility. The aim of a procedural fairness letter is to provide an opportunity for an applicant to respond to the claim of inadmissibility. A person will receive this letter before a final decision is made on their application and will have the opportunity to submit information to respond.
If you do receive a procedural fairness letter, then you can
It is highly advised to retain qualified legal support to draft an applicable response when you are given a procedurally fairness letter from the IRCC.