Mouro & Fank Associates, Immigration Services
Experts in immigration with more than 20 years of experience
Humanitarian and compassionate grounds

All applications for permanent residence in Canada are to be submitted at a Canadian processing office abroad. In some exceptional and extenuating circumstance, some individuals have sought an exemption on humanitarian compassion H & C grounds. These individuals must demonstrate that there exists some exceptional circumstance that warrant special consideration.

Extenuating circumstance may include: no family abroad, Canadian-born child, establishment in Canada, etc. An applicant must show that they are so well integrated and established that leaving Canada would cause undue hardship. The officers making the decision are given a number of things to look for before making a decision, however, the decision is made at the officer's discretion. Naturally an officer will not arrive at a positive conclusion if there are no compelling facts or documents to support the person's application.

 

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