Who Gets into Canada? The Doorways for Immigrants


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Who Gets into Canada? The Doorways for Immigrants
The ensuing paper looks at who gets into Canada and the different doorways that are available to non-Canadians; the paper also explores the advantages and disadvantages of each category and what stands out the most for this writer regarding the characteristics of recent migrants to Canada. In the end, it may be said that people who are successful entrepreneurs or businesspeople; well-educated people with specialized skills; and family members of current Canadians are at the top of the list. When all is said and done, the different categories of immigrants can be of great benefit to Canada, but the country faces the prospect of letting in too many people who really do not offer much to the...
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