Chapter 5: How well do Canada’s immigration laws and policies respond to immigration issues?. What is immigration? Immigration is the process of people establishing homes, and often citizenship, in a country that is not their native country. Google images.
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Immigration is the process of people establishing homes,
and often citizenship, in a country that is not their native
What are some of the dangers of moving
to a new country?
What are some of the benefits of moving
to a new country?
Get into groups of 3 and discuss these
Spanglish is the story of a woman and her daughter who leave Mexico for a better
life in America, where they start working for
a family where the patriarch is a newly
celebrated chef with an insecure wife.
Struggles with language barriers?
Struggles with prejudice?
Difference in cultures?
What's a Law versus a Policy?
- The government creates both
- A law describes principles or conditions that must be followed
ie. immigration law says who is allowed into Canada
- A policy describes objectives of the government, within the law
ie immigration policy sets the procedures for evaluating immigrants
and says how many people are allowed into Canada from year to year
How Does Health Factor into Qualifying as an Immigrant?
A person may be refused entry to Canada if:
- their health could put that of Canadians at risk
- condition that could endanger public safety ie mental disorder
- health could put "excessive demand" on Canada's health services ie HIV/AIDS
These only apply to economic immigrants, not refugees or family-class
irish immigrants (orphans)
Soddie (settling Canada)