Category Archives: Immigrants – unskilled and unemployed

Canada Opens Borders to Hundreds of Thousands of Skilled Immigrants

The Canadian government released on October 31 the new multi-year immigration levels plan for 2019 to 2021 which envisages a steady increase.

The new plan continues to grow the number of permanent residents Canada welcomes annually to 330,800 in 2019, 341,000 in 2020 and 350,000 — nearing one per cent of Canada’s population — in 2021.

The world watches with delight and envy as Justin Trudeau demonstrates once again that ‘Diversity is our strength’. No other country can claim the success of Trudeau’s Canada in attracting talented immigrants. Doctors, lawyers, engineers and other well-educated professionals flock to this peaceful, prosperous, and welcoming land that is the shining star of the twenty first century multicultural world.

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Germany Seeks Skilled Migrants

By the middle of 2018, only a quarter of those who arrived during the migrant crisis had found a job and only a fifth were paying into the social welfare system, according to the Institute for Employment Research. Most of those who were employed had low-paying jobs, and many of them were receiving supplementary welfare benefits to make ends meet.

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No, Immigrants Will Not ‘Pay Our Pensions’

America’s immigrant population now tops 44.5 million people according to new data from the US Census Bureau. This means 13.7 percent of America’s population are immigrants — the highest level since 1910.

But this number does not tell the whole story. Because immigrants are more fertile than natural born citizens, their children make up a disproportionately large share of the next generation: 26 percent of Americans under the age of 18 have an immigrant parent.

This is a big, unprecedented demographic change, and like all changes, it is the subject of vigorous political debate. Many liberals argue that immigration is economically justified — Americans need immigrants to pay for their pensions and Medicaid.

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Asylum seekers file human rights complaint over lack of access to taxpayer subsidized healthcare

After being denied access to publicly funded healthcare, two asylum seekers in Montreal have filed a complaint with the Quebec Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission.

Their rationale?

Without access to subsidized daycare, they are unable to enter the workforce and begin their lives in the province.

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“Feminist Government Team” Within Trudeau Government Wants To PAY Businesses To Preferentially Hire Immigrants & Refugees

According to the report, “Staff in a report Feminist Government suggested cabinet fund a so-called Social Impact Bond to award cash grants to small and medium-sized sized businesses that give preferential hiring to immigrants and refugees. “The team decided on a focus that would reduce the number of immigrant and refugee women who are not making use of their qualifications and skills in their working lives in Canada,” wrote a ten-member panel that authored Feminist Government.”

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