The Mixed-Orientation Couple: a dramatic...

Immigration law both shapes and reflects the society that produces it. A recent and pioneering case, A.P. v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 906 (CanLII) makes this adage clear. In it, we see the dialogic, interpretative, and…

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Foreigners in Finland trust people,...

Foreigners in Finland are more likely to trust native Finnish people than compatriots from their homeland; have strong confidence in the police and justice systems; and the healthcare and education systems too. Those are some of the key…

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Hungarian Press Roundup: Speculation on...

A liberal commentator believes that the EU’s expected anti-immigration turn will make it difficult for the Hungarian government to continue its anti-immigrant rhetoric. A pro-government columnist finds it peculiar that liberals see the anticipated shift as a defeat…

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Toronto will still be attractive...

Toronto was the fastest growing city in Canada and the U.S. last year, thanks to immigration. A recent analysis out of Ryerson University concluded that Toronto saw the most growth in terms of the city and the metropolitan area, which…

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Breaking: Canada Extends its Work...

The Canadian federal government recently announced the extension of the openwork visa program for all individuals eligible for permanent residence as provided in the Spouse and Common-Law Partner Act. The previous program, which was scheduled to end on…

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