Canada’s immigration wasn’t fair at the start of the century.

Changes were made to the Immigration Act in 1914 that allowed the rejection of anyone from any race that was deemed unsuitable for Canada’s requirements.

 The period of 1914 to 1939, Canada’s immigration policy got very unfair.

However, the issues
surrounding immigration are not unique to Japan…. Most nations suffer
much political and social tension when regarding immigration ideologies.
It is a matter of the territorial nature of humans as well as some
misplaced pride. I have Never seen a completely logical and non-
xenophobic approach to immigration issues by Any country in their
politics or their popular opinion. THAT is Human Nature, not just
Japanese Nature.


Often, those seeking to immigrate to the U.S.

As the years go by, Canada’s immigration policy gets a lot reasonable....

On the other hand, people who believe that countries have every right to deny people who seek immigration argue that immigration taints the cultural roots of a country, weakens national security and reduces the natural resources that would have been distributed to the original citizens of the country....


Immigration has put an emphasis on the effects of school funding.

The comprehensive immigration reform that Ojeda describes “legalizes current unauthorized immigrants and creates flexible legal limits on future immigration in the context of full labor rights…” (Ojeda page 175)....

Immigration is needed to grow America with new cultures and ideas.

In order to create and implement a reform, America needs to address these main issues: Americans thinking immigrants are stealing their jobs, the bills passed on Immigration in the past compared to the ones to be passed, immigration in relation to politics, and the future of America.

But this is not an exclusive list of Canadian public polices.

Current immigration laws are not being enforced properly, borders are not fully protected and as a result the quality of life has negatively impacted the United States.

Immigration has been a disaster for the European Union.

Jeanne Batalova writes in her article “Immigration Reform in the United States: Raising Key Questions” that “the current number of immigrants, 38 million, is at a historical high (73).” According to Ethan Lewis’s ch...

In the history of Canada, Canadian immigration policy is ..

Also, many “Japanese” style products are Actually made in CHINA. Japan buys much of its goods from China, where production by Capitalist exploiters (Japanese, USA, and otherwise, ha ha) can be done on the cheap! So, just like Most modern, Post industrial countries, Japan buys Chinese — despite any current and historical political strife.