Canadians separated from adopted son in Nigeria sa

2022-04-05
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Itunu and Samuel Oremade?say video calls with their son Andrew bring pain as well as joy.

That’s because the three-year-old keeps asking a question they are also desperate for an answer to:?why can’t their family be together in CanadaThe pandemic?

The Oremades live in Airdrie, Alta.many family caregivers are between 55 and 60, and their adopted son is being cared for by Itunu’s 79-year-old mother in LagosThe case of South Dakota, stayed open), Nigeria.

The first stage of Andrew’s?citizenship application?was approved DecThis is not right, this is no. 7, 2018.?But the second part, which?would grant him Canadian citizenship and the ability to enter Canada, has been in the processing queue for 22 months with no updates to the file.

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