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Canadian Embassy: Ryan Hoag and Friday Night

canadian embassy: It was kind of like the end of a battle and I was just so overwhelmed with actually seeing the finish line, he said, according to Vancouver Courier. She called me back and her first words were, 'when can we come home.' Hoag spoke from the Vancouver International Airport on Sunday, one hour before his flight was scheduled to depart for Japan. Ryan Hoag of Coquitlam, B.C., says he received a notice from the Canadian embassy in Manila on Friday night confirming that his daughter's permanent residency has been approved.article continues below Trending Stories No hormones, no plastic straws and now no meat A&W goes beyond' burgers Jenny Kwan back at work, but questions persist How Vancouver's Ryan Reynolds photographed his junk to teach his dad a lesson Will he or won't he The Ryan Reynolds watch is on at the Rio Theatre Hoag immediately forwarded the message to his wife, Wiyani Prayetno, who has been staying in Japan with their daughter, who was born in April. The couple originally arrived in Japan in early May to meet their daughter, but Hoag had to return to Canada after one month for work. During the delay, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada said in a statement that the federal government was seeking clarification from the Japanese government to ensure adoptions respect Japanese laws. Lawyer Alex Stojicevic, who represents all of the families who travelled to Japan to pick up their newly adopted babies, said all of the families followed a process that has been in place for at least a decade, which includes getting a letter from the provincial government saying there are no objections to the adoption. ( As reported in the news.