Family reunification can be prioritized by allowing spouses entrance before their applications are fully processed. In the unlikely event they need to be removed, the government has an overflow of deportation resources available.

Available ‘deportation resources’ could quicken family reunification process

Family reunification can be prioritized by allowing spouses entrance before their applications are fully processed. In the unlikely event they need to be removed, the government has an overflow of deportation resources available to do so easily.

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Only-children are at a disadvantage because they get less draws to bring their parents than families with multiple children.

BREAKING: Immigration lottery discriminates against “one-child families,” Federal Court hears

One offered solution around the “one child” bias might be a randomized lottery selection process that is based on the name of the parent or grandparent, not the sponsors.

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Small businesses hail government’s $85-million pledge to clear visa backlogs

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) says Ottawa needs to improve and streamline the temporary foreign worker immigration processes to bring more workers into Canada faster.

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More than 60 per cent of Canadians think Asian immigration will positively impact the country states a new poll.

What Canadians think about Asian immigration, culture and technology

More than 60 per cent of Canadians think Asian immigration will positively impact the country, states a new poll, even as India, China, Philippines, Pakistan and South Korea consistently top the list of source countries for newcomers.

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