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Illegal immigrants say they continue to risk driving without a license in order to keep their jobs.

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The report is divided into three sections. In the first section, immigrants’ perceptions regarding their first four years in Canada are examined. We consider aspects of Canadian life that they like and dislike, their reasons for remaining in Canada and their perceptions of their quality of life and material well-being.

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From 1820 to 2010 which three countries had the highest number of immigrants come to the United States?2.
My father came to this country in the mid 1950s. In order to be allowed to immigrate he was required to show a fluency in English, he was required to have a sponsor who was responsible to see that he was employed and had a place to live. My dad lived in the city his sponsor was in for a few years while he earned money working. After about 3 years he moved to another city where he could further his education and take on more skilled work. Never once in all that time did my dad take public assistance (or in his life either). He came to this country with two small suitcases that contained everything he owned. It can be done.

 

Is Massive Immigration an Unmitigated Blessing


Scott, I forgot to ask, why do you use the progressive Leftist canard of conflating illegal law breaking aliens with legal immigrants? Do you favor open borders?


Even though pro-immigration reform Democrats persistently work to promote illegal immigration and deter assimilation through programs that are Spanish-speaking friendly, illegal immigrants and foreigners with non-immigrant visas are for the most part banned from receiving many forms of public assistance – and Trump wants to make sure such regulations are followed by state and federal officials.


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The distribution of new immigrants across these five categories is shown in . Several points can be made. First, about two-thirds of new immigrants reported a fairly positive congruence between their expectations of life in Canada and their experiences here. More specifically, 21% of them said their expectations of life in Canada have consistently been exceeded, and another 16% said their expectations have consistently been met. In addition, another 29% reported that life in Canada was initially worse than or about what they had expected, but that their situation improved over time. In this respect, their assessment was positive. Combining these three groups, the expectations of two-thirds of new immigrants have been exceeded, met or improved upon.

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Finding housing is a key task for new immigrants, particularly those who are not joining family members already here. During their first six months in Canada, about three-quarters of new immigrants (77%) looked for housing, while during their third and fourth years in Canada, 43% of new immigrants did so (). The declining proportion seeking housing over this period suggests that many had gotten ‘settled in’ and were no longer in the housing market. Nonetheless, the fact that 43% of new immigrants had looked for housing during a two year period underscores the residential mobility of this group, especially considering that about 13% of all Canadians change residences in a given year.

Statistics do not tell the story of immigration

"Donald Trump and [his administration] has proven that they are white supremacists and have white supremacist tendencies," Paola Mendoza, a filmmaker and artistic director for the Women's March, told Salon. "The way in which they are enacting that agenda is to ultimately limit the immigration of black and brown folks." That's also what activists said last year in a Salon Talks video interview.

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Between 7 and 24 months after arriving in Canada, 26% of new immigrants took at least one language course and another 12% looked for information regarding language training (). Refugees were more likely to have taken a course (49%) than immigrants in the economic class (25%) or the family class (23%). This is consistent with the fact that refugees were most likely to say that language barriers pose a difficulty for them. During years three and four, 10% of new immigrants had taken language training and 9% had looked for language training information. Again, participation was most prevalent among refugees.