Migration and Integration Policy

Migration and Integration Policy

Canada is one of the few countries in the world which established an active program for permanent immigration (CIC , 2005). During the last decade, Canada has accepted an average of 220,778 immigrants and refugees each year (CIC, 2007). Canada’s Immigration Program is universal – Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) “assesses applicants from around the world according to universal criteria that determine their ability to adapt to a Canadian life and to settle successfully” (CIC, 2005, p.8), notwithstanding their race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion or gender.

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1 Introduction 2094
2 Future Canadian Immigration Policy Developments 2505
3 Integration Programs for Economic, Family and Refugee Class Immigrants to Canada 3708
4 Irregular Migrants 2827
5 Immigration Policy in regards to Temporary Migration 3052
6 Immigration Policy in regards to Permanent Immigration 2805