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Final Project – Part II: Immigration in Mexico and Canada
Transcript of Final Project – Part II: Immigration in Mexico and Canada
and hand them to the authorities. Immigrants may be expelled from Mexico for any reason and without due process. Mexico's Immigrants Mexico doesn't really have an allowance to enter their country. Much of their immigrants are tourists and only a 1/3 will end up staying or use it as a transitional stopping point before moving on. It was discussed on the "Noticias" or news shows that Mexico is planning on putting a limit on certain approved immigrants that can come in, but they have yet to do so. Mexico's Flag http://my2sons.com/_images/mexico-flag.jpg Canada's Flag http://coat.ncf.ca/ARMX/cansec/Canada_Flag.jpg http://www.mexperience.com/living/pictures/inm.jpg They have had an influx of Asians (Chinese) coming in. Their biggest legal immigrants are Americans, then Canadians, Northern Europeans, the South Americans. These stats are from international data bases from 2008
http://www.nationmaster.com/country/mx-m Thousands, maybe millions, in the past 10 yrs, have been entering Mexico illegally from other central American countries, but the most recent influx are those from Asian countries. http://www.city-journal.org/assets/images/19_4-jm.jpg http://www.ticklethewire.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Mexico-border-map.jpg Mexico's Illegal Immigrants Websites: For information only! The picture websites are located on the picture or below it. All pictures were gathered on 10/10/12-10/13/12 *Illegal Immigration in Mexico- 10/12/10
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illegal_immigration_in_Mexico *Mexico forbids illegal immigrants. The penalty for crossing the border illegally is a felony and two years in prison.
* Mexico fines or puts illegal aliens in prison if they commit marriage fraud for citizenship. * Mexico puts illegal aliens in jail for TEN years if they re-enter the country illegally for a second time after deportation. * Mexico fines or puts illegal aliens in prison if they commit document fraud. *How Mexico Treats Their Illegal Aliens- 10/12/10
http://up.zachshouse.org/how-mexico-treats-their-illegal-aliens/ What points of the immigration Policy work well? * Discover The Network-10/11/12
http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=461 None. It is a law that has more than 20 years of being implemented (Immigration Act of 1990), and as a result, many illegal immigrant have been entering Mexico. * Mexico Policy Working Well- 10/12/12
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_points_of_Mexicans_immigration_policy Canada Immigration Policy Immigration Policy Continuing Immigrants Allowed per Year Illegal Immigrants Penalty for being an Illegal Immigrant What Points Work Well What Doesn't work well Should They Consider Adopting Anything? Mexico *Let's Adopt Mexico-10/12/12
http://dailycaller.com/2010/05/21/lets-adopt-mexicos-fair-and-respectful-immigration-policy/ I have researched many things and the only thing I found that WORKS well is Deportation. http://www.antidoughnutparty.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/deported.jpg What points of the immigration Policy doesn't work? Should Others consider adopting??? They enforce their immigration policy, that would be a piece of their policy that the U.S. should consider adopting. http://laht.com/USA4/Immigrants%20Arrests%20-%20US%20-%201.jpg Picture of Mexico Deporting. THE END! Thank you for taking your time to grade and go over my project that I worked very hard on! :)
-Jessica Honebein Well there policy works to some point but the main problem with it is that it is to easy for illegal immigrants to enter their county. http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3309/3318296315_56ee602374_z.jpg Canada’s immigration policy has been guided by three broad objectives: to reunite families; to fulfill the country’s international obligations and humanitarian tradition with respect to refugees; and to foster a strong, viable economy in all regions of Canada. These objectives are reflected through the three main classes of immigrants under which people are admitted to Canada each year as permanent residents: family-class immigrants, economic-class immigrants and refugees. *Family-class immigrants include close relatives (spouses, dependent children, parents and grandparents) sponsored by a permanent resident or citizen of Canada who is at least 18 years of age. The sponsored immigrant can be accompanied by his or her spouse and dependent children. The sponsor must commit to provide for the maintenance of the sponsored immigrants.
*Members of the economic class include principal applicants admitted as skilled workers, business immigrants and provincial/territorial nominees, as well as their accompanying spouses and dependants. Since 1967, principal applicants applying as skilled workers are selected for suitability for the Canadian labor force based on an assessment of their skills.
*The assessment is based on a system that assigns points for age, education, work experience, intended occupation, knowledge of the official languages and adaptability. Additional points may be given if the principal applicant has pre-arranged employment in Canada. Business principal applicants are assessed for relevant experience as a business owner or manager. In the economic class, spouses and dependent children are admitted along with the principal applicants, without being individually skills-tested. *Map Leaf- 10/13/12
http://www.mapleleafweb.com/features/immigration-policy-canada-history-administration-and-debates *Immigration Watch Canada- 10/13/12 http://www.immigrationwatchcanada.org/ 250,000 per year Why? In particular, why has Canada’s 250,000 per year immigration intake remained in place for 20 years? The answer is that all of Canada’s major political parties have adopted the attitude that they know what is best for Canadians and that Canadians do not have to be consulted when major decisions are made.*These politicians imply that the primary purpose of immigration is to help people in other countries, whether this help is to protect them from persecution or from unemployment. These politicians claim that their position is morally superior, and that this is why they support current immigration policies. There is no credible information available on illegal immigration in Canada. Estimates of illegal immigrants range between 35,000 and 120,000. James Bissett, a former head of the Canadian Immigration Service, has suggested that the lack of any credible refugee screening process, combined with a high likelihood of ignoring any deportation orders, has resulted in tens of thousands of outstanding warrants for the arrest of rejected refugee claimants, with little attempt at enforcement. *Immigration to Canada-10/13/12 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Canada http://vm4autism.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/deported-from-canada1.jpg DEPORTATION! That is the only thing that they do is deport people because they have a strong enough system that makes it to where there are very little illegal immigrants. The U.S. should consider adopting the NO free benefits for anchor babies policy that Canada follows. NO free benefits for anchor babies policy is the immigration policy that I think works great That's why Canada does not have a major illegal problem - for any canadian born baby to get any benefits - the baby's PARENTS must be legal permanent residents or citizens. You would have negative effects in almost all aspects of life.
*Millions would flood there to get any and all social services Canadian taxpayers fund.
*Millions of criminals would go there in order to get a fresh start.
*Millions of job seekers would come & take jobs from Canadians.
*All of these millions would bring their own cultures, languages & norms which would cost taxpayers billions to compensate.
*These millions would breed at 3rd world rates which overburdens schools, hospitals and infrastructure.
*Labor is a supply/demand item so wages would go down for most.
*Housing would skyrocket in price so people (mainly young adults) would be forced to lower their standard of living.
*Energy costs would skyrocket as demand outstrips supply.
*The environment would suffer. http://delany-making-a-difference.wikispaces.com/file/view/060430_refugees_hmed_7a-hmedium.jpg/106581303/060430_refugees_hmed_7a-hmedium.jpg http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/consultations/immigration-levels/images/ecoClass.jpg Refugees http://secondhomeimmigration.com/en/files/2011/08/ffff.png Family Class http://s3.amazonaws.com/static.texastribune.org/media/images/Anchor-Babies_14th_jpg_800x1000_q100.jpg http://blog.firstreference.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Border.jpeg Illegal Immigration is one that isnt a huge deal in Canada although it does have a penalty if you are caught deportation. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-65bmZpwAEV8/T-3z-HCDTJI/AAAAAAAACto/RIom6BRbQ80/s1600/canada-flag-1280-1024-3216.jpg http://www.inhabitots.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/canada_flag.jpg http://cloud.graphicleftovers.com/19421/300634/big-crowd-of-many-symbol-people-black-isolated-on-white.jpg A 2008 report by the Auditor General Sheila Fraser stated that Canada has lost track of as many as 41,000 illegal immigrants.