Category: medical inadmissability
6 Months In: What Employees Who Travel Between Canada and the US Need to Know About Cannabis Legalization
Canada legalized the recreational use of marijuana 6 months ago, in October 2018. Employees who travel between Canada and the United States continue to have concerns about how legalized recreational marijuana in Canada and some US states impacts crossing the Canada-US border for business.
If IRCC determines that your health condition will pose an excessive demand on Canada’s public health care system, you may be denied entry to Canada based on medical inadmissibility. You can appeal that decision. There is no guarantee of success, but our immigration law team at Ackah Law has the knowledge and resources to appeal your case.
Canada announced new medical inadmissibility immigration policy for persons with disabilities that "better align with Canadian values," effective immediately.
Canada Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said that Canada's medical inadmissibility immigration guidelines need to change and are not aligned with the country's values of inclusion.