(1) employers in this market are willing and able to ignore minimum wage laws;
(2) sd represents the supply of domestic-born (and legal immigrant) workers;
(3) st represents the total supply of workers in this labor market (sd plus illegal immigrants); and
(4) unless otherwise stated, illegal immigration is not effectively blocked by the government.
refer to the above figure. how many illegal immigrant workers will be hired at equilibrium?
#1) Brief summary of the immigration policy
Canada's immigration policy has two main objectives. Those are to reunite families, and to establish a strong, viable economy in all regions of Canada. The Government grants residence to members of the Family Class, Business Class and Economic Class.
#2) How many immigrants do they allow per year?
They allow 300,000 per year. I believe that they embrace this policy to help Canada's economic power.
#3) How many illegal immigrants are there?
They reportedly have between 35,000 and 120,000.
#4) What is the penalty for illegal immigrants?
They are issued a removal order and then they are deported from the country. In this policy Canada is relatively lax compared to the policies of other nations.
#5) What points of their immigration policy work well and do not work well?
I believe that there are downside to some policies that they have established. For example Millions of job seekers will arrive to Canada with the objective of taking them away from Canadians. Also any person with any type of background cant start and get a new life in Canada, even if they have a criminal record.
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3. B. Immigrant
4. C Europeans
5. B bering Strait
The correct answer is B. The effect of the Immigration Act of 1990 was that more immigrants arrived each year.
Immigration Act of 1990 opened the doors of the country to more immigrants, in part to facilitate foreigners coming to work in the United States. The number of immigrant visas increased to 700,000 in the following years. This law also gave the Attorney General the authority to temporarily protect immigrants from deportation in cases of escape from natural disasters or armed conflicts.
The correct statement is: Increased immigration has led to an improved competitive edge in the global market.
The increased immigration has led to more people with the same, or different skills to be competing on the global market, which led to a higher quality work and increased competitiveness.
The increased competition on the market is always a push factor towards an improvement in the job skills in the people competing for the jobs, as they have to be better than the others in order to get the job. Also, because there are lot of skillful workers that are always on the market, the ones that are employed are giving their best to be consistent, productive, and upgrade, in order to keep their jobs.
the immigration act of 1990 allowed for an increase of those seeking immigrant visas.
Immigration means entering into a new place by leaving your own birth place. Illegal immigration refers to the intervention of people in a place without prior permission of government official. Through survey it can be counted the number of illegal immigrants. Mexico is a central American state. From where number of people rushed to north and south America.
If the immigrants catch by the police they will be punished initially for 6 months in prison with civil fine and in case of second offense they would get 2 years long imprisonment.
c). housing, savings, and food and d). housing, food, and transportation. i hope this is good luck on the rest of your work.
(1) employers in this market are willing and able to ignore minimum wage laws;...