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Are there exceptions to the rule?

Are there exceptions to the rule?

Are there exceptions to the rule?

Yes. If claimants can show that they fall within one of the exceptions, the rule will not apply.

Here are some examples of exceptions that might apply:

The claimant has a family member in Canada

The family member must be related to them in one of these ways:

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