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: Orphans, Family and your ICCRC Exam

(continuation… ) Orphaned Family Member Sponsorship!

Important cases

Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Vonn is a case from 2006, but is still relevant in terms of your ICCRC studies since it gives a great outline of the level of proof required in order to sponsor an orphaned relative.

Ly v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) is also an interesting case that will help you gain a better understanding of both the ‘Lonely’ Family Member and Orphaned Relative areas of Family Immigration.

Here is a decision that shows that if a person was raised alone by a mother who passed away, never knew who her father was, was never in contact with him and his name does not exist in any legal documents, such as a birth certificate, the person can be sponsored as an orphan, regardless of if this ‘father’ is still alive.

Here is a great decision to give you some insight into the standard of proof required to demonstrate the relationship between an uncle and his orphaned nephews and nieces:

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