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Crime Alicbusan: Monday Morning and Constituency Office

crime alicbusan: Why are they doing this to us, what did we do wrong she asked, according to Toronto Star. Is having a child with a disability a crime Alicbusan was among a small group of protesters who spent Monday morning holding signs and chanting outside immigration minister Ahmed Hussen's constituency office in North York. When she applied for permanent residency two years later, she said she was rejected because of her son's condition. They were protesting a 40-year-old section of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act that says foreign nationals are inadmissible if their medical condition might reasonably be expected to cause excessive demand on health or social services. She visits the Philippines every two years to see him. Article Continued Below Alicbusan said the government considers her son a burden on Canada's health system. ( As reported in the news.