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When Canadian Immigration Law and Family Law Intersect: Outdated Language Around “Custody Documents”

Laura Schemitsch suggests that IRCC’s use of “custody documents” is likely outdated language that may not accurately capture an Applicant’s parenting arrangements as set out above. In my client’s case, the ability to provide evidence of parenting arrangements for the purpose of a permanent residence application is complicated by the fact that there is an ongoing family law matter in court to resolve these arrangements.


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