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  • Chinese Immigration
    Motives for Chinese population to immigrate to United States have been same as for most other immigrants. Many immigrants shifted to United States to for the gold rush, while others came to seek better economic opportunities. Many others were forced to leave China as either refugees or contract workers. Chinese immigration began decades ago and was divided into three periods: 1849-1882, 1882-1965, and 1965 to the present. The first period starte Read More...
  • Canadian Immigration
    Canada's immigration program is based on non-discriminatory principles. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is the government body that assesses foreign nationals. Foreigners are never discriminated on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, colors, religion or sex. The immigration program is universal. CIC takes in applicants from around the world and assess their ability to adapt to Canadian life. The CIC works on three basic obje Read More...
  • Canadian Immigration and Citizenship
    For most immigrants, especially to developed countries, it is their hope that they become citizens of their adoptive countries, so that they can enjoy the rights and privileges of being a citizen including the right to vote. However, the process may take a long time, since there are certain requirements that immigrants must have before they are considered for citizenship. In Canada, the process of becoming a Canadian citizen involves going throu Read More...
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