Idem 6 Where a judge conducting an inquiry under this section considers it appropriate to to so, the judge may take such measures and make such order as the judge considers necessary to ensure the confidentiality of any hearing held in respect of any application referred to in subsection 5. Reports privileged No security or criminal intelligence report, information or evidence referred to in subsection 39 2 , section 40. Because these and other features of Canada's immigration practices can affect relations with other governments particularly if these governments perceive Canadian policies as unfair , immigration policy is part of Canadian foreign policy. They were and still are smart and quick to take advantage of a situation. Approximately 700,000 Cuban refugees had entered the United States prior to a new influx which began in April 1980. Execution stayed where other proceedings 1 A removal order shall not be executed where a the execution of the order would directly result in a contravention of any other order made by any judicial body or officer in Canada; or b the presence in Canada of the person against whom the order was made is requires an any criminal proceeding and the Ministerstays the execution of the order pending the completion of those proceedings. Reference to senior immigration officer 2 An immigration officer who is notified pursuant to subsection 1 shall forthwith refer the claim to a senior immigration officer.
They remain riskaverse to a fault, so problems fester. Powers of Minister The Minister may, by order a establish such forms as the Minister deems necessary for the purposes of the administration of this Act, other than forms relating to claims, appeals and applications before the Refugee Division or the Appeal Division; and b designate ports of entry and immigrant stations for the purposes of this Act. The federal government is also involved in the task of increasing the numbers of French-speaking immigrants to Canada. Owen was a professional photographer who had taken a number of photographs of a 14-year-old girl who, it was claimed, wanted to become a model. I Centre d'orientation et de formation des immigrés organizes language classes and outings during which refugees can get to know their new country, the people and the local customs. Displaced and persecuted 3 Any Convention refugee and any person who is a member of a class designated by the Governor in Council as a class, the admission of members of which would be in accordance with Canada's humanitarian tradition with respect to the displaced and the persecuted, may be granted admission, subject to such regulations as may be established with respect thereto and to the immigration plan currently in force and notwithstanding any other regulations made under this Act. The United States has accepted the Cubans as refugees from communism through a variety of legal means.
Where certificate of citizenship issued 1 Where a certificate of citizenship is issued under section 12 of the Citizenship Act to a person who is the subject of an inquiry, the adjudicator who was presiding at the inquiry or any other adjudicator shall terminate the inquiry and let that person come into or remain in Canada, as the case may be. Effect 2 On being notified pursuant to subsection 1 , the Refugee Division shall terminate its consideration of the claim and any decision made by the Refugee Division in respect of the claim is null and void. Notification of intention 5 Before the Refugee Division takes notice of any facts, information or opinion, other than facts that may be judicially noticed, in any proceedings, the Division shall notify the Minister, if present at the proceedings,, and the person who is the subject of the proceedings of its intention and afford them a reasonable opportunity to make representations with respect thereto. Resumption 6 Where an inquiry has been adjourned pursuant to this Act or the regulations, the inquiry may be resumed by an adjudicator other than the adjudicator who presided at the adjourned inquiry where: a the person who is the subject of the inquiry being resumed by another adjudicator; b no substantive evidence was presented at the adjourned inquiry; or c the adjudicator, before adjourining the inquiry, had found that the person who is the subject of the inquiry was a person described in subsection 27 2 , and that all that remains to be presented is the substantive evidence that will determine whether a deportation order should be made against the person. Sittings 1 The Refugee Division shall sit at such times and at such places in Canada as are considered necessary by the chairperson for the proper conduct of its business.
Stay of execution 1 Subject to subsection 1. Why was the Immigration Act formed? Appeals by sponsors 3 Subject to subsections 3. The immigration act of 1978 was over all a better way of running the immigration system and made it more specific and controlled. Created for new categories of immigrants that would be able to enter Canada. Education: Canada's education system is highly respected worldwide. Dependants included 10 Unless the regulations provide otherwise, the numbers in an immigration plan shall include accompanying dependants. Where privilege to come into or remain in Canada 1 No person, other than a person described in section 4, has a right to come into or remain in Canada.
Idem 3 An immigration plan shall, with respect to the calendar year to which it relates, set out the number of employment authorizations, not including extensions, that may be issued in respect of every class of employment for which regulations made under paragraph 114 1 j. Service of orders A removal order or conditional removal order or a copy thereof shall, in such manner as is prescribed, be served on the person against who it is made and on such other persons as are prescribed. Overt discrimination remained a part of Canadian immigration policy until the latter half of the twentieth century, when skill and education became the main criteria for determining entrance into Canada. Appeals by permanent residents and persons in possession of returning resident permits 1 Subject to subsections 4 and 5 , where a removal order or conditional removal order is made against a permanent resident or against a personlawfully in possession of a valid returning resident permit issued to that person pursuant to the regulations, that person may appeal to the Appeal Division on either or both of the following grounds, namely, a on any ground of appeal that involves a question of law or fact, or mixed law and fact; and b on the ground that, having regard to all the circumstances of the case, the person should not be removed from Canada. Consent required 5 A visa officer may refuse to issue a visa on the grounds that the person who made an application pursuant to subsection 1 , or any of the person's dependants, is a member of an inadmissible class described in paragraph 19 1 k only with the written approval of the Minister and the Solicitor General of Canada. Jordan who had served in the U.
In both decades, the entry of aliens outside the provisions of the basic law--both illegally as undocumented aliens, and legally as refugees was increasingly the dominant pattern in immigration and the basis for the major issues confronting the Congress. Legislation not enacted by the end of a Congress is cleared from the books. Surrender of security 10 Any sum or prescribed security deposited pursuant to a direction under subsection 1 , 2 or 3 may be returned or cancelled on a direction from the Deputy Minister that the sum or security is no longer required. People choose Toronto or Vancouver as places to live, because they feel close to home there. Exception 3 A person does not cease to be a Convention refugee by virtue of paragraph 2 e if the person establishes that there are compelling reasons arising out of any previous persecution for refusing to avail himself of the protection of the country that the person left, or outside of which the person remained, by reason of fear of persecution. Judicial consideration to certificate 4 Where a certificate is referred to the Federal Court pursuant to subsection 3 , the Chief Justice of that Court or a judge of that Court designated by the Chief Justice for the purposes of this section shall: a examine within seven days, in camera, the security or criminal intelligence reports considered by the Minister and the Solicitor General and hear any other evidence or information that may be presented by or on behalf of those Ministers and may, on the request of the Minister or the Solicitor General, hear all or part of such evidence or information in the absence of the person named in the certificate and any counsel representing the person where, in the opinion of the Chief Justice or the designated judge, as the case may be, the evidence or information should not be disclosed on the grounds that the disclosure would be injurious to national security or to the safety of persons; b provide the person named in the certificate with a statement summarizing such information available to the Chief Justice or the designated judge, as the case may be, as will enable the person to be reasonably informed of the circumstances giving rise to the issue of the certificate, having regard to whether, in the opinion of the Chief Justice or the designated judge, as the case may be, the information should not be disclosed on the grounds that the disclosure would be injurious to national security or to the safety of persons; c provide the person named in the certificate with a reasonable opportunity to be heard; d determine whether the certificate filed by the Minister and the Solicitor General is reasonable on the basis of the evidence and information available to the Chief Justice or the designated judge, as the case may be, and, if found not to be reasonable, quash the certificate; and e notify the Minister, the Solicitor General and the person named in the certificate of the determination made pursuant to paragraph d.
Review is ex parte 7 Where a the Minister is of the opinion that any evidence or information so be presented by or on behalf of the Minister at any review under subsection 2 or 3 of the detention of a person referred to in subsection 6 should not be disclosed on the grounds that its disclosure would be injurious to national security or to the safety of persons; and b a request therefor is made by the Minister, the adjudicator shall order that the review or any part thereof be conducted in the absence of the person and any counsel representing the person. Day of hearing 2 The judge to whom an application is made under subsection 1 shall fix a day for a hearing of the application not less than thirty days after the day of filing of the application. The classes of sponsored immigrants were expanded so that all Canadian citizens and permanent residents could sponsor relatives for immigration. A substantial social security network exists as well and includes un … employment insurance, welfare, family allowance and senior pension. Attract people who promote the domestic and international needs of Canada, assessed by a point system. Further to this, if an image is found only in a computer cache, if the defendant can reasonably be thought not to have had knowledge of the existence of the cache, he is innocent of a possession offence.
A a document containing proposed policies on immigration was prepared. . Inquiry A senior immigration officer shall cause an inquiry to be held concerning a person as soon as is reasonably practicable where the senior immigration officer receives a direction made pursuant to paragraph 3 b. If youare looking for immigration to Canada then you must know some tipsand points - The Canadian government grants permanent residencevisas using a point system. Appointment of immigration officers 1 Immigration officers shall be appointed or employed under the Public Service Employment Act. Immigration policy also tends to reflect the racial attitudes or national security concerns of the time.