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Death Certificate: Nicolas Faubert and Sophie Thewys

death certificate: That was just weeks before the final paperwork was finalized and approved to sponsor his Belgian spouse, Sophie Thewys, and her son Louis Pollack as permanent residents in Canada, according to CBC. But when his death certificate was added to the file, the approval for Thewys's permanent residence was rescinded, even though the couple had a six-year-old daughter born in Canada. Nicolas Faubert was killed Dec. 24, 2016, in a tragic accident, when his elderly mother struck him when she accelerated her vehicle instead of putting on the brakes. Canada to bring in 1 million immigrants in 3 years Liberals to scrap policy that bars sick, disabled immigrants More flexible citizenship rules kick in An e-petition sponsored by Quebec NDP MP Matthew Dub tabled earlier this year called withdrawing permanent residence status under these circumstances cruel. The nearly 1,794 signatories urged Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen to use discretionary power to grant Thewys and her son permanent residency. Forcing them to leave Canada would greatly harm the child, it read. ( As reported in the news.