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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Immigration system under the lens in precedent-setting racial profiling case

Police collected DNA from 96 farm workers as part of a criminal investigation in 2013. All their physical profiles were very different from the one provided by a witness to the police. Now, 54 of them are accusing the police of racial profiling.

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Immigration takes a back seat at Three Amigos summit

Migration advocates and academics agree there is a crisis in the region that must be addressed, but the issue did not get the sort of attention it deserves as leaders from Canada, the U.S. and Mexico met in Washington, D.C. today.

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Border Services lists “X-Factors” Driving Irregular Migration

Current curbs on international travel, economic crises, the targeting of minority groups, organized crime and inhumane practices like female genital mutilation (FGM) in faraway places are among the factors that will continue to force migrants to put their lives at risk to reach Canadian shores.

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Gig Economy Continues to Push Immigrants into Unstable Jobs

Having temporary or multiple jobs used to be common for new immigrants who needed to gain the so-called “Canadian experience” and wait until their academic papers are credited, or study for a new career. But…

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Why is Ottawa Dragging its Heels on the Mexican Visa?

Mexico’s former Ambassador to Canada, Francisco Suárez Dávila, says Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will likely refuse to attend Justin Trudeau’s proposed North American Leaders’ Summit this summer unless the visa requirement on Mexico is revoked…

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