A Canadian man was shocked at not having learned the twin girls born from overseas, who had been able to bring their nephews home to Kenya just one month before their birth.
Joseph Tito arrived in Barcelona on Wednesday with a week-long test and a 36-hour flight, which was "exhausted", but eventually he was at home.
Titus says he is ready to face the challenge of confrontation.
"For the first time being a parent is overwhelming for everyone, but two of the children living in the home have been out of the process of rejuvenating the baby," said Tito in a post at Instagram earlier this week to announce a visa for girls, Stella and Mia, at home.
"What a ride has been but, as I have said, millions of times, to go to hell and to these two precious beasts."
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Titos wrote a surrogacy process on the blog, which is why there are few resources about couples with male or female sex.
According to the police, in addition to the process, Kenya chose, to a certain extent, the cost of finding a surrogate for their children was at least a loss in Eastern African countries.
His children do not elect citizens to change the Canadian Citizen's Law, in 2015 Canadian citizenship is limited to non-Canadian self-governing children. Tito was born in Italy and automatically received Canadian citizenship, which means that citizenship can not be given to children born abroad.
"Before I started the trip, I looked at it. I contacted the embassy, contacted the clinic, contacted the lawyers," he told reporters.
That's why, when his children did not automatically learn Canadian citizens, he was "whirlwind", he said.
"It felt like a movie," said Titus. "I did not think it was authentic, especially a country like Canada."
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Joel Sandalu, former immigration lawyer, believes that this change is "problematic".
"What is essentially a separate class of Canadian citizenship? Especially valuable to one another," said Sandaluk.
"Canadian citizens can give their children their nationality if they are not born in Canada, other than Canada's citizens," he added, only from those born on February 14, 1977.
"It's also very arbitrary. I know a few people [who] They have more than one child, one of them can be born outside of Canada and parents are pitying, even though they have different kinds of citizenship within their family. "
For his part, Titus understands why he created the law, but he wants to change it.
Sandaluk praises this feeling.
"I think the government at that time invented people to have ongoing Canadian citizens and the Canadian citizen and Canadian population could not continuously expand beyond Canada, no connection to Canada," he said.
Immigration, refugee and citizenship Canada has not responded to the request of CBC Toronto.
The exact status of girls is unknown in Canada, but they are not yet permanent neighbors, says Tito. Titus sends support for girls and sends the necessary action plans to ensure their citizenship.
Right now, he expects to spend a good quality time to decorate with new trends with his family.
The first order of his business: "Feed, bathe fresh water and put it in the kindergarten."