Individuals who are not usually competent to be the permanent Canadian citizens can possibly apply on the grounds of Humanitarian and Compassionate. These grounds are usually applied to people with unusual cases. These applications are assessed through one on one case basis.
Factors we notice includes:
- Common family connections in Canada
- The settled status of individuals in Canada
- Favorable attractions or interests of the children involved, if any
- What happens when your request is not acceptable by us
Various other laws applied to Apply for Canada PR on Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds
- You can only seek these grounds if you’re pertaining to be a permanent citizen of Canada or for a visa abroad as a permanent citizen. H&C requests will not be considered for short term resident applicants
- Having additional Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds more than one will not be entertained at the same time.
- Risk factors like life risk, persecution, cruel and uncommon punishment, and treatments will not be assessed.
- One cannot apply for these grounds if they have any refugee claims pending. If they have to apply, they need to take back their refugee claims prior to immigration and IRB hearing.
- One cannot apply for these grounds if they have adverse intentions from IRB in the past 12 months. This is known as “one year bar” (If IRB states your IRB claims as withdrawn or abandoned, it’ll be counted as an adverse decision)
This bar will not be implied for the following reasons:
- If you have 18-year-old children who are adversely impacted when you were eliminated from Canada.
- If you or any of your dependant is suffering from life intimidating medical conditions which have no treatment in your home country.