Bill C-31 will restrict Humanitarian & Compassionate applications for Permanent Residence

Bill C-31 is currently before Parliament and will pass by the end of June 2012.

Bill C-31 makes major changes to Canada’s Immigration and Refugee law and will have significant consequences for people living with HIV.

Among the changes, Bill C-31 will greatly restrict applications for Permanent Residence on Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) grounds.  Please visit our Immigration Law page for more information.


HALCO’s information about Bill C-31

HALCO will be providing the community with additional information about Bill C-31 in the coming months. We are preparing written materials, and we will also be doing a number of in-person workshops across the province.  Please contact us with any questions or concerns about the changes to Canada’s immigration system for people living with HIV in Ontario.


For more information about Bill C-31, please visit our Immigration Law page.



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