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[misc.immigration.canada] Frequently Asked Questions (02/98)
Section - 17. My dependants will not be accompanying me to Canada,=20 do I have to include them in my application?

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Any dependents you have should go through the medical and criminal checks,
and they should be included in your application even if they are not
accompanying you at this time.  If any of your dependants (accompanying or=
non-accompanying) should happen to fail in the medical or security checks,
all the applications will normally be rejected.

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