A Summary Of Immigrants In Canada

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This chapter explains Canada’s immigration policy and the immigration regulations that are set by the government. It describes the three categories of immigrants: the family, independent, and refugee categories, and explains how priority is given to families and refugees, so independent applicants are sometimes overlooked. In fact, independent applicants without family, but who have required skills or capital are next in line during the immigration process. Therefore, there are many reasons as to why an individual may look towards human smuggling rings to be relocated to a first world country. Some families in countries such as China do not have the necessary means to relocate entire families, so snakeheads provide an easier alternative

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