Enfants canadiens à l'étranger,

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Ines
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Bonjour,
Je vois, à partir de mon expérience personnelle, que le Canada punis ses enfants canadiens mineurs juste parce qu'ils ont quitté le Canada et étaient obligés par le voyage des parents. Je parle de punition, car le Canada prive Ces enfants mineurs de leurs droits à des allocations. Ma suggestion est que ces allocations doivent continuer à être envoyée aux enfants qui sont dans une situation financière difficile à l'étranger pour leurs garantir une vie digne. Les enfants admissibles à ces allocations à l'étranger doivent :
1- les parents sont séparés et la maman a la garde des enfants.
2- la maman ne trouve pas un travail à l'étranger et la papa a abondanné ses enfants.
Je ne croix pas que le Gouvernement Canadien va avoir des problèmes financiers si elle donne une somme d'argent mensuelle pour garantir une vie digne pour des enfants canadiens mineurs se trouvant dans des situations financières difficile à l'étranger, et l'ambassade de Canada dans le pays où résident les enfants doit intervenir en toute urgence pour des situations pareilles .
Avec tout mon respect.

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