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Woman Migrates to America
Life is difficult, but it is even more difficult for some people stuck in very unfortunate conditions. And Corazon Espinosa’s life is the perfect example of it. Her mother and father came to the US in the 1980s, after which all her seven siblings came by 1994. But Espinosa couldn’t. Her mother petitioned for bringing…

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Burundian Refugees
More than 400 Burundian Refugees have settled in Canada in between 2013 to 2017. They have made Ottawa their home, the capital of Canada. You would wonder why Ottawa and not anywhere else in the country? The reason for this they already have relatives living there. Out of the 400 claims made, 180 came in…

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Citizenship
In June 2017, the Canadian government got rid of the clause that only allows 18 and older to apply for citizenship in its Citizenship Act. And now, the government reduced the application fees from $530 to only CAD 100 for minors apply for citizenship. Ahmed Hussen, Immigration Minister of Canada, announced the good news on…

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Chinese
France is one of the most traveled countries in Europe by the Chinese, so to attract more visitors; France is making amends to make their travel easier and more comfortable. Jean-Yves Le Drian, French foreign minister, said that the Chinese tourism industry is booming and he wants to take every advantage of it. At a…

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Immigrants
Even though the Scotland is a part of the United Kingdom, the country’s information technology industry is struggling because of low immigration levels. The UK has tightened visa rules, reducing the number of student and work visas issued but it fails to understand that England is getting a major share of immigrants, while Scotland gets…

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Canada
Canada needs caregivers to look after their elderly, but it seems like the government isn’t much concerned about them. Most of these caregivers come from Indonesia, the Caribbean, and the Philippines. For many years, families in Canada have enjoyed hiring immigrant caregivers are minimal costs through a federal program to look after their children or…

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European Farmers
Canada boasts itself as the country of immigrants and now wants to track its first European farmers using brand new DNA technology. The international team that will be performing experiments and research also consists of students and Canadian scientists. They will be studying bodies of people who come to Canada from Europe more than thousand…

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