Immigration Policy: Bottlenecks and Frustration
An argument for an immigration policy in Canada that will avoid the bottlenecks and frustrations of today.
# 144516 | 2,500 words | 0 sources | APA | 2009 |
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Canadian Studies (Government and Government Policy) , Canadian Studies (Immigration Issues) , Hot Topics (Immigration)
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The paper argues that it is important that Canada continue its humanitarian traditions to aid refugees and to open its doors to immigrant workers. The paper believes that as a leader in international policies, it will serve Canada well to have a stalwart and genuine immigration policy that will benefit Canadians and those who are admitted for immigration to Canada. The paper asserts that immigration policies in place in Canada for skilled workers include a grading and classification system that requires burdensome work hours for processing and oversight.
From the Paper:"The immigration policies in place in Canada for skilled workers include a grading and classification system that requires burdensome work hours for processing and oversight. With the current policy there are large bottlenecks in implementation of the immigration policies that many explanations suggest are due to a lack of resources. Thousands of immigrants are waiting to have their immigration papers processed that will allow them to seek gainful employment in their area of expertise (Worldly Goods, 2008, 53). And many more offshore wait for the processing of their applications that will open the door for their..."
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