Our family applied last year under provincial nominee program. Our eldest son has cerebral palsy but not severe. During application we have already heard news that disabled children are not allowed to go to Canada, but others said that it's not true and as of now we have already paid the right of landing fee. Others who have already gone through Canada’s Immigration process said that this is a good sign. That we are already sure that we’re approved. They told us, why would they let us pay if they’re just going to decline our application. And so, we thought passport requests are upcoming but a letter came saying that our eldest son Gabriel Christian Amiel B. Espejo is inadmissible due to health grounds and that he might reasonably cause excessive demand on social services in Canada. But they're giving us a chance, they said: Before I make a final decision, you have the opportunity to submit additional information that addresses any or all of the following: – the medical condition/s identified – social services required in Canada for the period indicated above – your individualized plan to ensure that no excessive demand will be imposed on Canadian social services for the entire period indicated above and your signed declaration of ability and intent. All this information should be provided within 60 days of the date of this letter. In this light, what can anyone here advice to us?