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Subject: H&C ground????
  Hi my mom was visiting me as was here for 5 months,Very good health. 7-10 hrs prior to flight back to USA. she had a massive stroke.she is para lazied mouth down, she has only USA green card , She is at home with me I am her only daughter.no one can take care of her at USA, my brothers are not willing and also I want her to be with me at this last stage of her life she is palliative. Her stay is over 6 months ( that is how long she can stay in Canada on her USA green card.How can she get a immigration to Canada on H&C ground? please advise - thanks you .
[30-01-2011,00:05]
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daughter_strokemom
(in reply to: H&C ground????)
Who did she live with in the US and who lives in her country of origin?
[30-01-2011,01:12]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
H&C ground???? (in reply to: H&C ground????)
my brother who is moving on Monday to different state and my mom´s relatives live in her country of origin. ( some of my aunts and uncles)But I want her here with me.especialy as that was her last wish, that she wants me to be there with her at her death bed. thanks
[30-01-2011,01:18]
[**.13.108.168]
daughter_strokemom
(in reply to: H&C ground????)
Has your mother seen a doctor since she had a stroke?
[30-01-2011,02:40]
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Anonymous
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Now I have had it with you Anonymous 233.201.58!!!!

Daughter_strokemom is obviously stressed out because her Mother has just had a massive stroke and you ask "Who did your Mother reside with before coming to Canada" now that shows compassion - NOT! Your implying that the Mother can go home and reside with whom ever she was previously resideing with, REAL COMPASSIONATE!!!

Your implying send Mother back to live with the person she was residing with before. Don´t care for your Mother just dump her off on someone else.

Again your first reply of soooooo many never offers a solution just more questions. WHY, are you trying to display how limited knowledge you have?

Understand Daughter_strokemom regardless of filing an H&C application your Mother will always be medically inadmissable just like Mavis Baker´s H&C application which created the Best Interest of the Child. She has been here for decades with no status. No health care but stage one approval.

Your Mother is your burden and enjoy now if you wish her to remain here the odds of her winning an H&C application are not very good at all or better said virtually nil.

CBSA does not even know she is here and could care less they have plenty of bad boys and bad girls to go looking for who have already failed to appear for removal after being told to leave. Your Mother has never been told to leave.

Make Mom as comfortable as possible. Enjoy!

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[30-01-2011,08:10]
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Roy
(in reply to: H&C ground????)
Even if your mother have no slightest chance of winning H&C case as ROY said, file it anyway;because H&C application takes 36 months to get final decision(according to CIC site), and that way you can prolong her stay and take care of her during that time.
[30-01-2011,13:30]
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Robbie
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By the way, who will foot her medical bill when she is in canada?
If I´m in your shoe, I will fly back to be with her - even if that means I´ll loose my job.......

[30-01-2011,14:00]
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Anonymous
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Hey Anon get this right: You are probably a lowdown street dog living off of welfare. As to who will foot some bills, I WILL... I pay close to 50k a year in taxes and I hereby order the Govt to set those monies aside for this old woman´s treatment. Furthermore, I also decree that Canadian Govt set aside some of the monies I paid in the past if need be! There. If the daughter is taking care of the lady, the medical part of expense is not going to be that big. In cases like these, the nursing person (care giver) expends most energy.
[30-01-2011,14:51]
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Adviser
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Adviser, the concern about medical coverage should be highlighted. Whether the daughter attempts to obtain insurance or she is simply made aware - Mom´s health care, doctor visits, medications, and any emergency services will not be covered.

You can offer to donate to the care of this mother from your personal finances, but the government certainly won´t be.

It is not harsh, or judgmental - it is simply a statement of fact.

[30-01-2011,14:56]
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Sharon
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@Adviser, I think you are being too harsh on Anonymous. Seems to me that it was a sincere enquiry and it was a legit question anyway. I think that´s something OP should take into consideration if she wants to keep her mom here.

Let´s face it, medical cost is insanely expensive here and there´s no way OP could get government subsidies for her mom. It´s wise to do estimate instead of making rush decision.

However, there could be another option. If her mom has credit card that has travel medical insurance, it might cover some of her mom expense. If it is, she´d get some relief. Anyway, I´d suggest to call credit card representative and try and file the claim. She has nothing to lose.

[30-01-2011,18:15]
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Jamy
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Credit Card medical insurance is a nasty, tricky business. They will want to hunt for pre-existing conditions (like high blood pressure) to wriggle out of any obligations. Also, they will want to push for Mom to return to the US where she could get care and they could be financially off the hook.

This is a terrible, heart wrenching situation. As a daughter of a very elderly Mom, I can fully empathize. I have a few choice thoughts for this dear woman´s siblings that don´t appear to want to help.

It is unfortunate that money may become the determining factor in how this sad situation moves forward. For certain, the Canadian government will not step in to assist.

My prayers are with both Mom and daughter.

[30-01-2011,18:43]
[**.180.238.237]
Sharon