Illegal Migration: A Contrast between Canada and Germany

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Essay #: 068513
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Illegal Migration: A Contrast between Canada and Germany
This paper looks at how Canada and Germany have attempted to control illegal migration on their borders – and in quite different ways. The ensuing several pages shall look at how the two nations differ and why they appear to differ as they do in tackling what is an admittedly serious problem. In the case of Germany, it appears to have a law, formulated in the early 1990s, that permits it to effectively outsource its illegal migrants to other nations in the surrounding environs of Europe; thus, people who try to enter Germany illegally can be stopped at the border and reminded that they have other options within the continent. Canada, for its part, does not appear to have the same...
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