Parents stranded in Japan relieved as Canada issues visas for adopted children

Prayetno remained in Japan with their 10-week-old daughter, staying in a Tokyo hotel. Hoag said he received the news that the permanent residency visa had been issued in an email on Friday. “I was overwhelmed by emotion and felt quite numb,” Hoag said.
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