Why is immigration an important consideration for Canada?
Actually, i lived in Canada before, they don't need to consider it for the next 200 years, because no one wants to move and live permanently in Canada, no offense; Canada is beautiful and no one hates the country, but think about it, the snow, the cold, no one can take it for the rest of their life. I hope this helps :)
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I consider the most important when working with customers is to know about all the information about them. To understand in their situation. You should know their moods. And always have a good explanation about their question. You don't always need an answer but show you are willing to go the "extra… mile" . You need to be patient & understanding. Keep the customer at the forefront and remember that the customer is always right or let them think they are. . And I also consider working with our customers is how we satisfy or to encouraged them to deal with our offers. But first, you could only do that if you had the skills in good communication with different types of people. Because the way you talked with them, the more they'll understand the offer, so tendency, they will encouraged buying. So, good communication is one of the important characters of how you deal with it. Then second, is good customer service. In customer service, you must have the ability to supply the customer wants and needs. Because excellent customer service is the ability of an organization to constancy and consistency exceed the customer's expectations. Good customer services are also making a commitment to our customers. So, that was the second important character when working with customers. Third thing is having strong negotiation skills. You must also have these skills, because it also boosts our relation with our customers and can also close a deal. So when you are working with our customers, these were very important. The fourth thing was service oriented. We are committed to assure our customers the highest quality of service at all times to satisfy their requirements and strive to exceed their expectations. When we design an organization, we need to consider how our policies and procedures will ALLOW our employees to build customer relationships. The more we can "do" for our customers, the greater number of products and services they purchase from our organization. If we increase the number of options for them each time they purchase or use our services, the likelihood remains that they will purchase or use our services in greater depth each time they purchase. Throughout the lifetime of our customers, we will have the opportunity to share our products and services with them. To the extent this sharing is beneficial to both parties will indicate the level of share we have the opportunity to gain. Over the course of this sharing, our products will gain a percentage of total sales in that category of our customer's purchasing life. This is our "share of life." (MORE)
If you're interested in migrating - I suggest you contact an Immigration Specialist firm such as The Immigration Unit Group PLC. http://www.immigrationunit.com Good Luck! you didnt even answer his question dumb fack
If you want to immigrate to Canada, there are a few different waysto apply. You will need to decide which immigration program willwork best for you and your family. â¢Skilled workers and professionals (Skilled workers are selected aspermanent residents based on their education, work experience,…knowledge of English and/or French, and other criteria that havebeen shown to help them become economically established in Canada.) â¢Quebec-selected skilled workers (For people selected by the Quebecgovernment to settle and work in Quebec) â¢Canadian Experience Class (For people who have recent Canadianwork experience or have graduated and recently worked in Canada) â¢Investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed people (The BusinessImmigration Program seeks to attract experienced business people toCanada who will support the development of a strong and prosperousCanadian economy. Business immigrants are expected to make aC$800,000 investment or to own and manage businesses in Canada, andmust meet certain experience and/or net worth criteria. Thecriteria you must meet to qualify are different for each class.Find out if you can immigrate in one of these classes: â¢Investors â¢Entrepreneurs â¢Self-employed Each application can be made for only one class and the classcannot be changed once the application is submitted. The criteriayou must meet to qualify are different for each class.) â¢Provincial nominees (Persons who immigrate to Canada under theProvincial Nominee Program have the skills, education and workexperience needed to make an immediate economic contribution to theprovince or territory that nominates them. They are ready toestablish themselves successfully as permanent residents inCanada.) â¢Sponsoring your family (You might be eligible to be sponsored afamily member if they are a permanent resident or a Canadiancitizen) (MORE)
well if medicine can include anesthesia, then it's important to know how fast this medicine will dissolve in the bloodstream or else you could risk an overdose.
You can be sponsored by a close relative, have a job offer or come as an investor/entrepreneur. The Citizenship and Immigration website has all the details plus any and all forms you need.
When dealing with people in any matter. consideration is always important, because you never know how your actions will affect the other person. What you do affects the world. Consideration is always appreciated because it shows you are a thoughtful person and always thinking of others. Considera…tion is important because of unexpected outcomes. Without THOUGHTFUL consideration of unintended consequences, you may inadvertently deeply hurt or offend someone without even meaning to , and you may do irreparable harm to an otherwise harmonious relationship. (MORE)
Immigrants can come from ANYWHERE ! It's asking where have people in Canada come from.
BECAUSE they maybe . . . . felt like it. or thought it was pretty. or maybe cause it was all they could find. dumbasss.
In general meaning, this means people who move to Canada, i.e. people who previously live outside Canada then move to Canada and live there. In legal meaning, this means people who does not born citizen of Canada, but later live in Canada, either legally (legal immigrants) or not (illegal immigra…nts). Legally, people who does not born citizen of Canada will be able to live permanently in Canada by applying for, approved for, and then granted Permanent Resident status. (MORE)
I am currently in grade 10 Canadian History and we learned that the 3 classes are. 1)Family Class: immigrants who come to canada to be with family 2Refugee Class: immigrants who come to canada for freedom 3) Independent class: this class is evaluated according to the points system, which assig…ns values to attributes to each person based on personal qualities like education and language ability. (MORE)
They started in the 1540's but settlements didn't really take until the 1600's and many French are still immigrating to Canada.
Indians, and any ethnic group for that matter, will usually migrate to a country to start a better life than they would in their home country. Indians have been welcomed to Canada where they have played an important role in developing its economy by her skill and experience in all fields. Indians… have played an important role in the political set up of Canada also and are the major constituents in population there. Canada is a popular choice for this because it is a great country. It has one of the highest standards of living and development in the world, it has one of the highest median incomes, it has an excellent healthcare system, it is highly uncorruptable, it has one of the best education systems in the world, and just in general, it is rich in resources and money. It is also full of beautiful, natural and man-made, scenery and just all around nice people. Compared to India, in Canada you have a much higher chance and will likely not lose the chance to have a better and more productive life for you and your family than you would in India. (MORE)
77% --------------------- Depends on area but over all most Canadians are first or second generation. First generation Canadians, including those who have not yet been granted citizenship (we assume they will) is approx 25% of our population.
Aboriginals might have migrated to Canada in search of food, and/or they may have followed a herd of animals which led them to Canada.
1.Europe 2.France 3.U.S there also is the vikings, who were europeans i am sure there is more but this is all i could think of.
The Aboriginal people did not immigrate to Canada. Also known as the First Nations and Native People, the Aboriginals were the original inhabitants of Canada, who were said to have arrived in Canada from Asia (through Russia and Alaska) back in primal, non-civilized times. When the European people t…ook over Canada, the Aboriginals were somewhat disrespected and robbed of their land. They are also known as Indians by some people, although this is incorrect because an Indian is someone from India, and this term is only used due to the mistake of Christopher Columbus back in the 1400s, who thought he had arrived in India. (MORE)
Except for the native peoples, everybody not born in Canada was an immigrant. There are many millions.
Canada's population is shrinking and getting older. The government is supposed to pay for the standard and living health care for and the old citizens. The coming of immigrants will increase the number of employment in Canada which will provide the nation's government with enough money to continue s…upporting citizens and to take care of it's economy. (MORE)
Immagration was important because its people from various country's coming to America for many reason's. Immgration is also important because they improve the American population. Also many imagrants are taking American job's which is a issue today.
The three most important considerations for refugee families who decide to stay in Canada and live in a resettlement site are save your money for food, water, shelter, warmth ect. Secondly is become a Canadian citizen example learn the language. Lastly Canada has provided a good model of helping peo…ple in distress around the world. (MORE)
Immigration is managed by the Federal government and not the provinces. Only the province of Quebec selects its own applicants and uses a different selection grid which puts more importance on french language skills and applicant's age and work experience and less importance on education compared to… the federal grid. (MORE)
Each year about 250,000 immigrants come to Canada. The number coming in fluctuates depending on a number of factors. Assimilation and employment play a significant role in how well immigration contributes to a country. Subsequently, with regards to immigration Canada, it's important to note that a d…isproportionately high number of immigrants eventually leave Canada permanently. Statistics Canada reports in 2003 and 2006 respectively indicated that of the 250,000 immigrants allowed in Canada annually, about 40% leave within ten years, although the number is said to be significantly higher. Various reports point to a particular segment of immigrant population that are likely to leave, some within 12 months. It consists of males between the ages of 25-45 (working age) usually with impressive credentials leaving Canada permanently due to lack of adequate employment and lack of assimilation and seek opportunities elsewhere. (MORE)
One of the main goals of Canadian immigration is to welcome skillednewcomers who will contribute to Canada's growing economy. If youare looking for immigration to Canada then you must know some tipsand points - The Canadian government grants permanent residencevisas using a point system. This is ver…y crucial fact everyone whowants immigration to Canada must know about this point system. This point system depends on various factors associated withapplicant and dependents. The Express entry point calculator canhelp you to calculate your points that make eligible you forimmigration to Canada. There are lots of resources on the web which help you to calculateyour points. You may also log on to peopleimmigration.com it's a very reliable and authentic resource to calculate yourpoints, also help you to get the visa for Canada for Working orPermanent residency according to your requirement. The most important factors for the point are : IELTS : language test is required for almost everyimmigration stream that leads to a Permanent Resident visa Credential assessment : The credential assessment can also bean important first step towards licensing or certification in theirfield in Canada. Resume and reference letters : Many people do not have an upto date resume and have not needed to ask their employer forreference letters. but the updated resume and reference letter fromthe employer is also the important factor. (MORE)
Consideration or renumeration is one of two major parts of the basic contract. The other portion is service or product rendered. Of course the contract will also call for terms, delivery and possible penalty defaults.
It can be given as follows.. Apply for a university in Canada - for a bachelors' degree . Once you get selected, apply for student visa . After graduation, apply for 1-2 yr work permit . After the period, apply for a masters' degree . After graduation, apply again for 1-2 yr work permit . At t…he end of the period, u'll be eligibale to apply for PR (MORE)
The importance of Immigration is that we get more people in the united states or anywhere else plus more of the homeless kids might get adopted...
, I am a current Canadian citizen living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This question is very hard to answer and has no real 'yes' or 'no' answer to it. The only way that this is determined is all about yourself. Canada is a developed country and rated the best country in the world to live in for 6 ye…ars in a row. If coming from a developing country, access to immigration may be very difficult for you. Also, if you do not have educational benefits, for example, a diploma or statement allowing you to study in Canada, your access may be denied. Of course, if you have someone over here that you know of, for example a spouse, parent, family member, etc. that may sponsor you, than you may most likely be here within a couple months. I will be honest with you and say that I was born in Canada, and therefore have automatic citizenship here, so I do not have a personal experience with the immigration laws of Canada. However, I will say this: Canada is a beautiful country with an excellent education, many options for you to be anything you could ever want to be, awesome health care, and much much more! I hope you will be able to come soon! (MORE)
Considerations for investments are Market Risk, Dollar CostAveraging, Diversification, and Time Horizon. The biggestconsideration to many investors is that their investment is secure,and will pay itself back over time plus some.
Many icelandic citizens moved to Canada because of few reasons. Not much work, better health care, better education, better goverment, freedom. The Danish Kingdom that ruled over oss at the time treated oss with much cruelty at the time.
Tours, Malls, Amusement parks, In Canada immigrants are First Generation Canadians. They have all the rights and responsibilities of Canadians and as such do the same as everyone else, including amusement parks which can be a lot of fun.
yes, because if you are American your ancestors probably immigrated here from Europe or somewhere else
There are many important things to consider about anorexia. It all depends on what you are trying to focus on. Some crucial or important things to consider in all aspects are.... * Anorexia is both a physical and mental disorder. * Anorexia is very sensitive to the person. * Strict or harsh / a…ssertive actions will almost always backfire. * Anorexics will go to almost any length to lose weight / avoid calories and food. * Anorexia can cause serious health problems. * 10% of all anorexia cases are fatal (as a direct result of the disorder). * Anorexia is often kept secret or hidden for a long time. * Just because someone is anorexic does not always mean they are severly underweight or skin-and-bones. (MORE)
Some facts about Canadian immigration include: . Immigration to Canada, since 2001, has ranged between 221,352 and 262,236 people per year; . As of 2004, Canada has the highest per capita immigration rate in the world; and . Canadian immigration has three categories: Family, Economic and Refugee.… (MORE)
te nurvous system impose permananet loss of function and also involve complex self-concept and body image changes.
The full question is: Which were true about immigration to Canada? Economic forces drove Canadian Immigration Immigrants settle in Canada's cities Asians are the largest immigrant group Canadians used to fear immigration would ruin their culture All of them are true. All Four Of the Answers
Yes, aslong as you are accepted by the immigration officers any race can immigrate to Canada because we accept multiculturalism.
Koreans immigrated to Canada because they wanted to live a new life, learn experiences, earn a job, to be free a little more. etc.
there are many reasons, for instance, freedom to do anything that is legal, great people, we are not war mongers, live un obtrusive lives, mind our own business, great advantages for young people if they are willing to work hard and get a good education, the list goes on and on.
The earliest. They entered as the ice sheets retreated and played the largest role over the longest period of time in the forests that expanded across the land.
Answer 1 Because if you are considerate to others then they'll be considerate back and then you'll make it a lot further in life. Answer 2 Being considerate is not an absolute necessity in life, however it tends to make social interactions easier as long as everyone socializing is being co…nsiderate. In addition, since people are not alone in the world and have the deal with the existence of other people, by considering other's viewpoints and opinions one can not only understand people's motivations better but one can also simply expand your knowledge. (MORE)
Oh my god you are stupid. Immigrants were never sent to Canada they were sent to Australia. You need a better history teacher.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) allow expedited immigration processing to meet provincial labour market and business needs. There are two types of PNP program, the skilled worker PNP for occupations in demand and the business immigration program designed to allow expedited immigration processing …for experienced business people wishing to establish a new business invest money or joint ventures with a local business. British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island and the Yukon all offer Provincial Nomination Programs. Federal Business Immigration Canada's Business Immigration Program seeks to promote economic development and employment by attracting people with venture capital, business acumen and entrepreneurial skills. The Business Immigration Program currently falls under three categories of immigrants: . Entrepreneurs . Self-Employed . Investors Entrepreneurs Currently, those wishing to come to Canada as Entrepreneurs must demonstrate their intention and ability to establish, purchase or invest in a business that will create or maintain employment for at least one (1) Canadian citizen or permanent resident other than a member of their family. Those applying under the Entrepreneur category will have conditions placed on their visas which require them to prove to Citizenship and Immigration Canada officials that: . they have purchased/invested in an existing business or have established a new business with net worth of at least $300,000 in Canadian funds; . they have made a significant capital investment in the business; . they have actively managed the business; and . they have created at least one (1) job for a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada other than a member of their family. Once the requirements are complied with, conditions placed on their Visas are removed. Self-Employed Those interested in applying in the Self-Employed category must demonstrate an intent and an ability to create employment for themselves. Their endeavours must constitute a significant contribution to the Canadian economy or to Canada's cultural and/or artistic life. Investors An Investor is defined as a person who has successfully operated or controlled or directed a business or commercial undertaking and who has accumulated, through his/her own endeavours, at least $800,000 in Canadian funds. Prior to visa issuance, Immigrant Investors must pay $400,000 to the Receiver General for Canada. The investment is subsequently allocated to the participating provinces and territories in Canada. Funds are used for job creation and economic development. The full amount of investment (without interest) is repaid to the investor after 5 years. The exact date of repayment depends on when the $ 400,000 is received by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The return of the investment is fully guaranteed by participating provinces and territories. Investors are not required to start any business in Canada nor are any conditions imposed upon admission to Canada. Family Class Canadian citizens or Canadian permanent residents may sponsor for admission to Canada the following persons: . their Spouses, Common Law or Conjugal Partners 16 years or older . their dependant children as defined in the Immigration Regulations . their mother and father and any accompanying dependant children as defined in the Immigration Regulations . their grandparent(s) . brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces or grandchildren who are orphans; under the age of 18 and not married or in a common-law relationship. Independent/Skilled Worker Category Applicants in this category must have a minimum of one (1) year of full-time work experience in an occupation designated A, O or B in Canada's National Occupations Category list. Assessment is according to selection criteria: age, education, occupation, occupational demand, years of work experience, English/French language ability, personal suitability and family in Canada, assessed by Citizenship and Immigration Canada officials. Applicants must attain a minimum score of sixty seven (67) points to be eligible. Live-in Caregiver Program To work as a live-in caregiver in Canada, you must make an application to the Live-in Caregiver Program. If your application is successful, you will receive a work permit and after a period of two years full time employment out of three years can apply for permanent residency. To find out if you are eligible for a live-in caregiver work permit contact CIP Consulting today. Quebec Immigration Categories The province of Quebec is unique in that it has the authority to select its own candidates for immigration. Applicants who succeed in the province of Quebec do retain the right to mobility in Canada once approved. Quebec have the following immigration categories; skilled worker, business class, immigrant investor, immigrant entrepreneur, self-employed and family class. Refugee People who fear living in or returning to their countries, need protection and want to come to Canada come in the Refugee category. Canada accepts thousands of refugees every year in order to follow its objective in Canada's Immigration Act stating "to fulfill Canada's international legal obligation with respect to refugees and to uphold its humanitarian tradition with respect to the displaced and persecuted". Canada's refugee protection system consists of two components: Refugee and Humanitarian Resettlement Program, for people seeking protection from outside Canada; Asylum in Canada, for persons making refugee protection claims from within Canada. Temporary Status Categories Work Permits Foreign workers whose skills are in short supply, or who can provide significant economic or other benefits to Canada, are issued Work Permit and admitted on a temporary basis. In many instances, a job validation from a Human Resources Skills Development Canada Centre (HRSDC) is required before the applicant can submit his/her Application for an Work Permit to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Study Permits Most international students are required to have study permits to receive academic, professional or vocational training in Canada, if the course is longer than six months. Community college and university students may be issued authorizations which are valid for the duration of their program of study. Customary prerequisites are that the student: . has already enrolled in a government-approved academic institution; . has paid his/her tuition fees and been accepted by the academic institution; and . has to know English or French to follow course lectures and reading assignments Visitors The Immigration Act requires all visitors, except those exempt by regulation, to obtain a Visitor Visa before coming to Canada. Applicants must demonstrate to visa officials that they have significant family, social, economic and cultural ties to their country of origin and that they have sufficient means to support themselves during their visit to Canada. Applicants must also satisfy visa officials that there is no risk that they will overextend their visit to Canada.. Fill Out The Eligibility Form . Latest News . 1,000 cap for NOC 1122 has been reached . Federal Investor Program Updates . BC PNP's New International Post-Graduates Pilot Project . New 29 Occupations in-Demand List . 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Well mainly anyone the Government can choose if they want them to come in or not. ie. if they know they use to be from a terrorist group than they may not want to let them in
There are two ways for applying. . Through Representative/lawyers/ immigration consultants . . If your case is quite clear-cut with full confidence, you should be able to manage the immigration process on your own directly through CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada). You can visit CIC's Of…ficial website for more information about how to apply and where to send your application. (MORE)
When the Brits and the French moved to Canada. Actually, when the natives crossed the berring straight.
Immigration served many purposes over the centuries. Early on it was hoped large local populations would help to defend the new possessions. After 13 colonies decide to go it on their own that idea was for the most part abandoned. Give people time and a Continent and they are likely to take it. St…ill in Canada people were needed to fish and trade and who better than immigrants that would stay the winter and help build an infrastructure. And then there was Western Canada. When Canada bought Ruperts Land it was not empty as they would suggest. Worst yet those in Canada's new land wanted to be consulted as to who their new rulers were and would be. Canada, of course, wanted to buy a land empty of people and issues. It didn't work out that way and the people in their new lands were not all happy about Canada stepping in and taking over without consultation. Rebellions broke out, Canada crushed them with military strength but Canada knew they had a problem. Canada flooded the new lands with immigrants from Ontario but that was not enough to stop the rebellions. So Canada encouraged immigration from the world so that immigrants, loyal to Canada, would out number the locals and enable Canada to assert their authority over a people that has settled Canada under the HBC, Canada is a large country with lots of room and a history where immigrants are loyal to the government. Something every government appreciates. (MORE)
For many reasons. Before, during and after the American Revolution Canadians would immigrate to Massachusetts and from Massachusetts for political reasons. Those loyal to the government and Crown would leave and those loyal to the revolution would arrive. Of course for many they would immigrat…e from Canada to Massachusetts for family. Many people in North America can trace their roots back to Massachusetts even today. Then there are those that move for jobs and economic reasons, which is likely the most common reason today. (MORE)
Either a job offer or be sponsored by a family member are the two most common methods.
They helped create Canada. Some of our Fathers of Confederation were Irish, most famously DArcy Mcgee, our first politician to be assassinated by the Americans, or as they prefer by an American, actually they prefer if we say by an Irish man who just happened to be American but that is another answe…r. The Irish were also one of the groups that built the railways in Canada, including the railway to the West Coast. They have been traditionally been very supportive of independence from Britain and of minority rights in Canada. (MORE)
Many many things including creating Confederation, creating Canada. One of the most famous fathers of Confederation, D'Arcy McGee was Irish. They also supplied a large percentage of the labour to build railways in Canada including the railway to BC.