Canadian Immigration Term Paper by Charles056

Canadian Immigration
An overview of the Canadian immigration system including its history, charter rights and values.
# 59083 | 2,218 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2005 | CA

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Canada is, according to the last census, a country with a population of 32,078,819 people (Statistics Canada). This number has been increasing over the past 60 years thank to Canada's immigration policy. This paper examines the history of its immigration system and looks at two relevant case studies.

Knowledge and Understanding
Two Canadian Cases: Leuce vs. Canada and Sanxhaku vs. Canada
Proposed Changes/Controversial Issues

From the Paper:

"The next class is the Independent Class immigrants. These people usually apply at a Canadian Embassy in their country's capital in order to get an interview with a Canadian consul, and upon successful completion of that interview they may be eligible in getting a VISA for entering Canada. These applicant must be 19 years or older. Also they can choose their "destination" for Canada as there are different waiting periods (Quebec or Federal). (Department of Justice Canada). These applicants can be subdivided in another four classes: workers, entrepreneurs, self-employed and investors. They are accepted/rejected based on the point system. The last but not least class is the Refugee Class"

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