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Residing and working in Canada is the dream of people around the world. Canada welcomes thousands of legal immigrants each year from differnt parts of the world.

Immigration to Canada is the process defined by the Canadian government in which people from around the world to immigrate to Canada to reside permanently in the country. Many, but not all, become citizens of Canada after a specific period of time.

People have migrated from the geographical area in Canada for hundreds of years, if the means of immigration to Canada, or less time to time. After 1947, the national law on immigration in Canada has undergone many major changes, most notable with the Immigration Act of Canada 1976, and the current Immigration and Refugee Protection in Canada in 2002.

There are three categories of immigrants to Canada:
1. Family Class (blood relatives of permanent residents or Canadian citizens)
2. Independent immigrants (immigrated on the basis of skills(Canda work permit), capital and labor market requirements)
3. Refugees.

Currently, Canada is recognized as a country with important immigration policy that is reflected in the multiplicity of ethnic Canada. According to the 2001 Census, Statistics Canada, Canada has 34 major ethnic groups of at least one hundred thousand members each, including 10 ethnic groups have more than 1,000,000 people, and many others represented in smaller quantities.

Among the ethnic groups in Canada, 16.2% of the population belonging to visible minorities: most notable among them are South Asian (4.0% of the population), Chinese (3.9%) Black (2.5%) and Filipinos (1.1%). Other minorities are Irish (13.94%), German (10.18%) and Italian (4.63%) with 3.87% 3.87% Ukrainian affirming affirming Dutch origin and 3.15% saying Polish origin.

Each year, Canada maintains a target of 250,000 immigrants from around the world. In 2007, Canada received a total of 236,760 immigrants from around the world. Among these, the top ten countries of origin were, People’s Republic of China (28,896), India (28,520), Philippines (19 718), Pakistan (9808), the United States (8,750), United Kingdom (7324), Iran (7195), South Korea (5909), Sri Lanka (4068) and Colombia (5382).

The top ten source countries have been closely followed by France (4026) and Morocco (4025), with Romania, Russia and Algeria, each of which contributes about 3,500 immigrants.

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Peter Skerry, Professor, Department of Political Science

Peter Skerry’s research focuses on social policy, racial and ethnic politics, and immigration. His writings have appeared in a variety of scholarly and general interest publications, including The Journal of Policy History, The New Republic, Slate, The Public Interest, The Wilson Quarterly, National Review, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. In this interview Professor Skerry talks about immigration and his proposal to break the U.S. deadlock on immigration reform
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