Canada Turns Away Family Over Son's Down Syndrome

Felipe Montoya is an upstanding citizen, someone who pays his taxes and obeys the law, works as a professor at Toronto’s York University… yet, he and his family are at risk of deportation because, well, his 13-year-old sold has Down Syndrome. Citizenship and Immigration Canada has old Montoya that his son’s condition makes him inadmissible to Canada because of the tax-burden his son would place on Canada’s health care system. Yet, this is the same government that welcomes refugees with open arms. Because of the way Canada’s immigration laws work, when a family applies for residency but finds even one member ineligible, the whole family suffers as a result. Because Montoya’s son, Nicolas, has Down Syndrome, the whole family is at risk of being deported.

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