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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Epoca de Aur strike back !

Mai intai, ziarul ne raporteaza mandru, realizarile : in 20010, am avut cel maimare numar de imigranti, din ultimii 50 de ani ...


Si gura pacatosului, adevar graieste : Canada are nevoie de un nivel foarte ridicat de imigranti, ca sa poataintari economia . Da, veniti naivilor, cu banu' pe voi, cu taxele de imigratie platite, cheltuiti in Rai cu chiriile, mancarea, lucrurile necesare casei, cu studiile scolare si tot ce mai enevoie ca sa traiti. E lucru recunoscut, ca economia din Rai, se bazeaza pe  ....vazarea de servicii ( imigrantilor ? .... ) Asadar, canadienii are nevoie de imigranti, ca sa nu moara de foame in zgarie norii din downtown ...


Va mai amintiti de Europa Libera ? Cand romanii fugiti in strainatate faceau nenumarate apeluri pentru reintregirea familiei ? Poate-poate, Ceausescu o sa le dea voie sa plece din tara ? Ei bine, Epoca de Aur strike back ! Generatiile care n-au trait asta, o sa aiba ocazia nemaipomenita, de a simtit asta pe pielea lor ..

De ce ? Pentru ca doar la o zi dupa ce s-a anuntat recordul de boabe la hectar, a venit si ....consecinta ! anume ca in Rai, vor sa reduca drastic cererile de reintregire a familiei ( in ceea ce ii priveste pe parintii imigrantilor ). Da, acum Ceausescu le da voi sa plece din tara, insa Raiul  ...
   Pe cand o sa-i auzim pe imigranti plangand pe la America Libera, cerand sa li se aprobe reintregirea familiilor ?

Vor sa reduca cererile de sponsorizare, de la  15,300 la 11.000 pentru anul 2010. 


Chow spune ca in mod clar, conservatorii au pus la punct o politica discriminatorie, pe criteriide rasa, varsta si tara de origine, si ca nu mai respecta principiul "primul venit, primul servit "  . Mai spune ca imigrantii asteapta acum, mai mult ca niciodata, sa fie reuniti ... http://mobile.thestar.com/mobile/NEWS/article/938761

“Immigrants in the application queue are waiting longer than ever before to be reunited,” said Chow. “Clearly, the Conservatives have implemented a discriminatory policy, based on race and age, in certain countries and no longer abide by the ‘first come, first served’ rule when processing applications.”

Cu toate acestea, ca răspuns la un apel anterior de către comunitatea chineză canadian, Ottawa a decis să crească cota de sponsorizare de parinti si bunici, în biroul de vize Beijing, de la 1000 în 2010 la 2650 în 2011, în detrimentul altor ţări .... 
"However, in response to an earlier appeal by the Chinese Canadian community, Ottawa has decided to increase the quota for sponsorship of parents and grandparents in the Beijing visa office from 1,000 in 2010 to 2,650 in 2011, at the expense of other countries "

Quota shrinking for elders
February 14, 2011 18:02:00
Nicholas Keung      
Immigration Reporter     
A day after Canada reported a record number of newcomers received last year, internal government documents reveal that Ottawa is planning to reduce its annual quota for parents and grandparents joining their families here.
At a news conference in Ottawa Monday, New Democrat immigration critic Olivia Chow said information obtained under an Access to Information request shows the federal government will further reduce the targets for such sponsorships from 15,300 in 2010 to 11,000.
More than 148,000 parents and grandparents overseas are already waiting as long as five years to be reunited with their Canadian children and grandchildren. The reduced quotas will mainly affect applicants from Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South America, Chow said.
“Immigrants in the application queue are waiting longer than ever before to be reunited,” said Chow. “Clearly, the Conservatives have implemented a discriminatory policy, based on race and age, in certain countries and no longer abide by the ‘first come, first served’ rule when processing applications.”
On Sunday, Kenney announced Canada admitted more than 280,000 landed immigrants in 2010, the highest level in 57 years. That exceeded the annual maximum target of 265,000 by 6 per cent.
The government maintains that spouses and children of Canadian citizens and permanent residents remain the priority for sponsorships, while parents and grandparents can visit Canada on multiple-entry visas while waiting for their chance. Last year, 44,000 spouses and children were allowed into Canada under the family reunification program.
“We can’t satisfy 100 per cent of our immigrant stakeholders. We have to make choices to balance our objectives,” Kenney told the Star in a phone interview.
However, in response to an earlier appeal by the Chinese Canadian community, Ottawa has decided to increase the quota for sponsorship of parents and grandparents in the Beijing visa office from 1,000 in 2010 to 2,650 in 2011, at the expense of other countries.
“Restricting family reunification visas will only make it harder for those who immigrated legally to adapt to Canada. The presence of family … can make a huge difference as to whether someone settles here and integrates effectively,” said Queen’s University immigration law professor Sharry Aiken.
Liberal MP Joe Volpe, a former immigration minister, questioned the Conservatives’ much trumpeted family-values platform.
“The Conservatives tell families to be responsible for their own child care when parents go to work, but the fact is new Canadians entering the workforce often rely on parents and grandparents for child care and help around the home. They are taking away a necessary support system,” Volpe said in a statement.




6 comments:

  1. Vine paduchele in Canada. Se traieste bine:

    http://www.jurnalul.ro/stiri/externe/in-vancouver-e-de-trait-bine-569592.html

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  2. Pai e nevoie si de putin PR ca sa mai uite lumea de criza :)

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  3. Da, traieste ca in Rai, in Vnacouver ... mai ales cand va trebui sa astepte cate 9 luni in dureri si fara tratament, pana sa-si faca o tomografie. Sau sa astepte 6 luni fara tratament, pana sa-l vada un doctor specialist.
    Curat, Raiul pe pamant !

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  4. Si totusi... e pe locul 1, cu tot cu cele 6-9 luni...

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  5. Bineinteles ca e pe locul 1 : cum altfel, ar putea atrage imigrantii, daca nu si-ar face reclama si propaganda la maximum ?

    Cat anume e realitate din topurile astea, o sa simta fiecare pe propria piele ...

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  6. Asta nu e reclama - vezi cine a facut topul. Si ce alte orase sunt acolo. Nu totul e propaganada. Daca zicea ca Abu Dhabi e pe locul intai, as fi zis clar ca e propaganada. Da' las' ca suntem noi prosti si nu manipuleaza astia, nu?

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