Canada and USA Immigration Laws
Every country, even if it is from the same continent, has a different set of rules and regulations. The law and order is also variable from one country to another and in some cases it varies between cities as well. Some of the laws are different in context to the differences in the religion, whereas other laws vary according to the culture and traditions that are practiced in the particular country.
In the same way, the immigration laws between countries also vary and in some cases they may analogous. If we take Canada and United States of America into consideration, then we can draw some major differences as well as similarities between the immigration laws that are practiced in each country.
As a matter of course of action, Canada vigorously requests for immigrants. The public also holds up to this and the default political supposition are in favor of sustained immigration. Canadians are now opening doors and welcoming Americans and at the same time the congress of the United States is combating on the point as to whether or not it should make the route for more skilled workers easy and open towards their country. It is reported that approximately 160,617 migrants were given authorization for stable nationality due to the economic value that they fetched in, whereas more or less 64,901 people were able to receive citizenship through family knotting, according to the rule of the United States.
The United States of America has a huge population, which is around 9 times more than the population of Canada. Around 680,799 people who were actually immigrants, were able receive citizenship in the United States of America with the help of family support in the year 2012. However, according to the national data only 143, 998 were able to gain citizenship which was based on their employment.
If we want to lay a basic difference between the immigration of the United States of America and Canada, then we can easily understand it by the fact that it can take a decade for a working person to receive immigration of United States of America, whereas, if a person is a skilled worker, then it is pretty easy for him or her to receive immigration in Canada within a short span of around 18 months.