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Chapter 11-1 Chapter Eleven The Economics of Immigration Modified from Slides Created by Erica Morrill
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Chapter 11-2 Chapter Focus Patterns of immigration “Points System” Impact on native-born Assimilation Problem of Brain Drain
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Chapter 11-3 Profile of Immigration to Canada 200,000 immigrants per year Source regions have changed dramatically (shift from European countries in the 1970s to Asian countries in the 80s and 90s.
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Chapter 11-4 The Policy Environment Two “levers” number of immigrants who is admitted What are the policymakers trying to achieve?
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Chapter 11-5 Immigration Policy admitting immigrants to alleviate specific skill shortages or contributing to economic growth family reunification political persecution
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Chapter 11-6 Immigration Point System S election Criteria Maximum Points Education: 25 (English and/or French): 24 Employment experience: 21 Age: 10 Arranged employment in Canada: 10 Adaptability: 10 TOTAL 100 The applicant must attain at least 67 points out of the possible 100 points in order to qualify for permanent residency in Canada.
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