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Canadian Immigration

Geog Group Prezentation - Chapter 18
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Akef Ahmed

on 17 April 2014

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Canadian Immigration
Before we start lets just clear up a few important terms
Multicultural
Characteristic of a society that is made
up of many different cultures
Push Factor
Factors, such as war, absence of human rights, poor economic and educational opportunities, religious persecution, terrorism, and natural disasters, that encourage people to emigrate from their country
Pull Factor
Factors that draw immigrants to a country, such as job opportunities, freedom of speech, religion, and lower taxes
Intervening Obstacle
Event or obstacle that discourages people from migrating from one place to another
Economic Immigrant
Category of Canadian immigrant that
includes two groups:
1. Skilled workers

2. Individuals with the ability to make a significant financial contribution through the establishment or purchase of a business or making of an investment that creates jobs
Family Immigrant
Category of Canadian immigrant in which family members and close relatives of Canadian citizens or landed immigrants can be brought to Canada
Refugee
Person who migrates to another country out of fear or inhumane
treatment (or even death) in his or her own country
Inter-Provincial Migration
The relocation of individuals from
one province to another
I'm someone
Immigration is when someone
who lives in one country
This is
His
Native
Country
And moves to another
It'll be called Immigration
He
Is
Moving
To
This
Country
This is bigger.
Its big, but...
Too big for screen
Because I immigrated
to a non-native
country I am known
as an immigrant
Some people do not like immigrants because they were not born in that country, especially because of their race, color, religion, language, culture, traditions, and many other things.
Immigrants that come at an older age have a very hard time getting along with society. It takes time for them to learn the language, culture, traditions, history, and laws of that country.
Canadian Immigration History
When upper Canada became the first province in the British Empire to abolish slavery. In turn thousands of black slaves escaped the US through the underground railway.
1793
Late
1700s
1830
1880-
1914
1891
1947-
1952
1960s
1970-
1990
1971
1986
2010
2011
During the Scottish modernization, Scottish highlands refugees settled in Canada
Polish fled to Canada
to escape the
Russian oppression
Migration of 170'000 Ukrainians began. Mainly to flee oppression from the Austro-Hungarian rule.
250'000 displaced persons from Central and Eastern Europe came to Canada. Victims of Nazism and Soviet occupation
Deprived of political and religious freedom, 20,000 Soviet Jews settled in Canada
The United Nations awarded Canada the Nansen Medal for its outstanding humanitarian tradition of settling refugees
After decades being denied by the politics, thousands of Pakistani Bangali muslims fled to Canada in the outbreak of the Bangali liberation war
Refugees from more than 140 countries were either resettled or were granted asylum in Canada
Canada expands its refugee resettlement programs by 20% over three years
Thousands of persecuted jews fleeing pogroms, sought refuge in Canada
Chinese refugees fled the communist culture violence of the cultural revolution
Each year, Canada provides asylum to more than 10,000 persecuted persons and welcomes another 12,000 refugees from abroad.
Short video about the history of Canadian Immigration
Skilled Worker
Sponsorship Program
(New)
Canadian Experience Class
Provincial Nominee Program
Every province in Canada can select the applicant according to the need and requirement of the labor market of that province. Selection criteria vary from province to province.
Nanny Program
If one sponsors a nanny for the care of their children as a full time nanny
Investor Program
Invest $800`000 for 52 months
1. Apply at the Canadian immigration office where you live.
2. Visa officer will review the application
3. If it is found eligible, visa will be issued to the applicant and his family members under 18 (after interview and medical exam)
Educated skilled people who qualify for immigration
1. Applicant will access his case on point table
2. Pass marks are 67 out of 100
3. Send application package to the visa office in the country you reside
4. After interview and medical exam, visa will be issued to the applicant and his family members under 18
A program where you can sponsor your wife, children, parents, and other relatives
Eligible applicant who is already established in Canada can sponsor his spouse, children, parents, and other relatives.
If you have worked or studied legally in Canada for two years then you qualify for permanent residence
After working for 2 years full time as a nanny, he/she may qualify for permanent residency
Refugee
Every year Canada receives thousands of refugees from all over the world. Citizens of the countries raged with war, unrest discrimination, and persecution. Applicant only has to prove that they were subject to their race, religion, color, member of particular social or political group. The Canadian refugee system relies on 1956 Geneva convention.
For a skilled worker to be eligible to apply for Canadian Immigration one must meet the 67 points criteria
This is the Canadian Immigration funnel!
Of all the different programs for immigration
Break from one century to another
Push Factors
Pull Factors
A factor that would push someone out of their country, and them having to do so because of this being their only choice
Financially Secured Future
Education
Political Reasons
War
Denied by Individual Rights
Poor Economy
Terrorism
Natural Disasters
Factors which pull one into another country
Opportunities
Attractions
Climate
Country itself
Freedom
Wealth
Safety
Family
Examples
Also examples
Immigration has a
Huge
impact on Canada in every way.
It over populates an area and in others it under populates.
In Canada many classes have a lot of students that are born outside of Canada and some that have only a few.
But there is nothing to be shocked about.
In 1911, about 55% of the population of
Alberta and British Columbia were born outside of Canada,
while less than 10% of Quebec's population was born outside.
Le Graph of economic immigration
In 2008, 18.4% of Canadian residents were born in other countries, but 95% of them were living in just 4 provinces. These four have a spotlight on them because immigrants choose to live there and they are:
Ontario,
British
Columbia
Quebec,
Alberta
Le graph of type of arrival
Le graph of where majority of them have settled
Some Canadians disagree with immigration, because they think new arrivals as
obstacles
in their lives. They bring benefits and difficulties
.

Benefits they would bring
New cultural treats to share with others
Bigger community
More customers for businesses
They help broaden our culture
Difficulties they may bring
Higher taxes paid by citizens
Fewer jobs in certain professions
Increased crime
Higher property prices
Some arrives may face problems such as
Language
They might not know either of the Canadian national languages & it’s quite hard to find someone already in Canada who speaks that language. Nowadays languages have more than one type. For example the french spoken in Canada differs from the one spoken in France.
Culture
Every culture celebrates their own type of celebration & they are kind of used to the way they celebrate things. But when they move, they might not find the right place to celebrate.
Jobs
First of all, they need time to settle in & then more time to get used to Canada. They can’t find jobs as soon as possible. Plus finding jobs isn’t as easy as it seems.
Education
Kids mostly teenagers are used to their own school back home & it’s hard for them to get used to a new school. They might consider not going to school at all, but they need education.
Currently, Canada is known as a country with a large immigration policy which is reflected in Canada's ethnic diversity. According to the 2001 census by Statistics Canada, Canada has 34 ethnic groups with at least one hundred thousand members each, of which 10 have over 1,000,000 people and numerous others represented in smaller amounts.
16.2% of the population belonged to visible minorities
Most numerous among these are South Asian 4.0% of the population, Chinese 3.9%, Black descent 2.5%, and Filipino 1.3%. Other than Canadians of British, Irish, or French descent there are more members of Ethnic groups not classified as visible minorities than this 16.2%; the largest are: German 10.18%, and Italian 4.63%, with 3.87% being Ukrainian, 3.87% being Dutch, and 3.15% being Polish. Other minority ethnic origins include Russian 1.60%, Norwegian 1.38%, Portuguese 1.32%, and Swedish 1.07%.
In Conclusion
No matter how far you migrate even by moving to a different house, you will always face difficulty, but in the end it pays off.
Thanks for watching!
and listening
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