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加拿大接收难民的筛选机制如何?

Joe.ca

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这两天跟论坛里的几个ID讨论关于难民的问题,有的网友强调加拿大没有什么难民筛选机制,因而造成了相当大的社会安全隐患,并由此抱怨,质疑现任执政党政府。
就我个人而言,不相信那些极端的赌气式的言论,加拿大政府是否真的在接收难民方面没有任何筛选机制,没有任何安全措施呢?
晚上正好有点时间,做了一点功课,在这里简单分析一下,希望能够抛砖引玉,大家一起搜集一下相关的资料和信息,努力厘清事实,已做出正确的判断。
搜索关键字“加拿大难民筛选”

引用文章:加拿大是如何审查叙利亚难民的?未来是什么计划?
文章来源:环球邮报于2015-11-20 13:28:50
据Global News报导,尽管时间很短,加拿大政府已承诺对每名来加难民进行严格安全筛选。通常来说,寻求庇护者需要经过数轮审批和筛选。
以下是难民筛选程序:
*难民离开自己的国家
目前寻求在加拿大获得庇护的叙利亚难民通常来自难民收容国,如黎巴嫩、土耳其和约旦。
*难民在收容国定局
难民在收容国定居下来,他们不一定都住在难民营,有的难民有足够钱租房,或与对外界提供住房的居民同住。
*收容国开始挑选难民
根据加拿大难民委员会,部份收容国参与首轮筛选,其它的则由联合国难民署(UNHCR)处理这项工作。
* UNHCR登记
登记意味着对难民安排面试,调查他们过去和现在与军事活动的联系、其它相关信息和未来计划。UNHCR表示,每名难民可能还要接受反诈骗程序,如虹膜扫瞄(iris scanning)。
*转介至加拿大
从登记阶段到UNHCR推荐在加拿大安置的过程可能很漫长,UNHCR考虑的因素很多,如性别、年龄、经历、身体风险程度、收容国没有需要的医疗帮助。
紧急情况下,完成这些程序的难民可被送往加拿大,并在当地完成剩余的程序。
*签证官审查加拿大的签证官会审查难民的文件,确保他们符合前往加拿大的标准,签证官通常会在收容国面试这些难民。
*安全和医疗检查如果通过签证官审查,难民还要通过加拿大安全情报局(CSIS)一系列安全检查,医疗检查也需要完成。
*返回给签证官
签证官要再次审查安全和医疗检查,如果CSIS建议某个难民获得批准,并且也经过签证官同意,该难民会被批准获得永久居民身份。
下一步就是抵达加拿大。

引用文章:难民接收比较:加拿大与美国有大不同
文章来源:2015年12月6日 加拿大国际广播 http://www.rcinet.ca
难民筛选方面:
联合国难民署所在筛选来加拿大定居的2万5000叙利亚人,除了少数例外,加拿大只接受妇女、儿童和家庭,这2.5万人将在明年二月底之前抵达。环球邮报报道说,500名加拿大官员目前在难民营对每个难民进行面试,把难民的身份信息与加拿大、美国和国际数据库的信息对比,但这个方面没有多少细节。

引用文章:加拿大接受叙利亚难民 单身男子被排除在外
文章来源:新唐人2015年11月23日讯
加拿大广播公司得到的消息说,联邦政府的叙利亚难民的计划将只接受叙利亚妇女,孩子,及其家庭。消息来源告诉加拿大广播公司说,出于安全的原因,无人陪伴的单身男子,寻求庇护不会是计划的一部分。

引用文章:难民引入计划:加拿大是如何筛选叙利亚难民的?
文章来源:新华侨网2015年11月20日
联合国难民署加拿大代表Furio De Angelis 称:“难民中有些谣言,有人说‘加拿大人来接我们啦’,还说这是个很大的计划。但我们必须要说清楚,加拿大人的确准备接收大量难民,但不是每一个人都符合条件。”
联合国难民署将此次叙利亚难民危机称为自第二次世界大战以来最严重的难民危机。但在挑选救助对象时,难民署也有很多条件和要求。人道主义援助的首要对象是处于人身危险中的难民、曾遭受过暴力折磨的幸存者、需要医疗救助的病患以及处于危险中的女性、儿童、青少年。
这套标准审核的是难民当前的生存状况,并非他们已经逃离的生存状况。例如,一名从叙利亚逃到黎巴嫩,被黎巴嫩当局拘捕并将遣返回叙利亚的女性就符合加拿大挑选难民的要求。
另一方面,由于时间紧迫,为了在年底前完成引入25000名叙利亚难民的目标,加拿大移民部会在某些方面简化审批手续。例如,审批过程中移民官员可能会认为18岁以下未成年人不会构成严重社会安全威胁,并因此简化手续、加快审批。

引用文章:让欧洲头疼的难民,为何在加拿大不惹事还积极融入当地社会?
文章来源:2016-09-22 15:25 来源:澎湃新闻
根据加拿大政府移民局最新滚动数据统计,截至2016年9月11日,共计30647名叙利亚难民进入加拿大,其中完全由政府援助的难民数为16350名,政府和民间共同援助人数为3058名,民间担保援助数为11239名,分别安置在250个城镇。
目前难民安置中心主要按照5个标准分配难民:1)难民的加拿大联系人所居住的社区;2)需特殊安置和创伤心理咨询或医疗的难民安排去能够提供该服务的社区;3)有相近的种族、文化和宗教社区;4)根据现有资源,该社区的容纳能力;5)语言、职业和家庭结构。
此次加拿大政府简化了接纳叙利亚难民的程序,打破了常规难民甄别的繁杂程序和冗长时间,但在选择哪类难民进入加拿大却有着一整套严格的规定。
首先,加拿大在接纳难民问题上与联合国难民署积极合作,因此加拿大所接受的叙利亚难民已经在海外进行了至少三道安全审查,这与欧洲国家的中东难民蜂拥入境,再行甄别不同。
得益于距离遥远的地缘优势和加拿大一贯坚持的联合国框架下的难民安置立场,加拿大接受的大部分难民来自土耳其、黎巴嫩和约旦的三个联合国难民营,这些难民已经在难民营居住了很长时间,难民署对他们的背景早已进行了详细的调查并登记入册。在此基础上,海外加拿大移民局还利用北约共享档案以及美国中央情报局、联邦调查局以及以色列反恐部门的反恐资料进行再一次背景调查,最后由加拿大皇家骑警、边境安全情报局和移民局联合面试,每名难民还需要接受虹膜扫描等一系列安全检查和医疗检查,最大程度上减少恐怖分子混入的可能性。
其次,基于安全考虑,加拿大政府修改了申请人的标准,在接纳难民问题上坚持只接受难民营的妇女儿童以及与家人待在一起的男性,目前不接受独自一人前往加拿大的叙利亚男性难民,但对有两个幼童以上的家庭实行优先批准,因根据西方国家情报单位的工作经验,有两个以上幼童的家庭几乎都没有涉及国家安全的问题,是最保险的群体。
同时,加拿大在接受叙利亚难民的途径上实行政府援助、民间(教会/社区/私人)担保援助、民间和政府共同援助的方式,这种难民接收途径在安全方面可靠、可控。在经费上,民间的私人担保人需提供所担保难民至少一年的住宿、安置援助,受担保人应居住在担保人所在的社区。民间和政府共同援助的难民,政府和私人各提供6个月的收入援助,难民通常居住在担保人的社区。在总体难民援助经费上,政府负担40%,民间负担60%,因此对公共财政造成的负担比较轻,媒体和公众舆论的反应相对积极。

时间有限,我大概快速浏览了几十篇文章和报道,稍后还会研究一下英文方面的文章和报道作为补充,上面的阐述,已经比较清晰的给出自16年以来加拿大政府难民筛选的流程,欢迎补充。
 
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其实大量的信息在网上,稍稍花些时间,都可以看得明白,聪明的人,很少会受别人煽动,意气用事,任何的事情,绝对不会只听一面之词,常识,逻辑和经验可以帮助过滤大多数片面虚假的言论,然后就是收集信息,思考分析,从而形成自己的观点,并且要有强力的论据支持。这人呐,没有财富,没有地位,都不可怕,但是却一定要有独立思考的能力,否则伤人终会伤己。
补充一句,跟帖来抬杠的,麻烦就省省吧,有那时间还是去参加游行来的现实,有心大家辩论的,请提供支持你论点的论据,出处,空口瞎喷恕不奉陪。
 
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CCOYYOTEE

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难民定义:逃离家园,而且不能回到家园的人。
移民造假被遣返的,都可以找不能回去的理由,作为难民留下来。前几天,来自于丹东的造假投资移民,以朝核威胁为由请求留下被拒。而更多非法入境的中国福建船民以政治和人道理由留下。
难民申请也可以在北京加拿大大使馆提交,不一定要在加拿大境内提交。
 

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来,一起来了解一下加拿大接收难民的历史。
加拿大人是把接收难民当作自己的光荣和自豪的,承担国际社会的责任,接收难民是加拿大文化的一个重要组成部分。

A Time Line
1776: 3,000 Black Loyalists, among them freemen and slaves, fled the oppression of the American Revolution and came to Canada.
1781: Butler’s Rangers, a military unit loyal to the Crown and based at Fort Niagara, settled some of the first Loyalist refugees from the United States in the Niagara peninsula, along the northern shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
1783: Sir Guy Carleton, Governor of the British Province of Quebec, and later to become Lord Dorchester, safely transported 35,000 Loyalist refugees from New York to Nova Scotia. Some settled in Quebec, and others in Kingston and Adolphustown in Ontario.
1789: Lord Dorchester, Governor-in-Chief of British North America, gave official recognition to the “First Loyalists” – those loyal to the Crown who fled the oppression of the American Revolution to settle in Nova Scotia and Quebec.
1793: Upper Canada became the first province in the British Empire to abolish slavery. In turn, over the course of the 19th century, thousands of black slaves escaped from the United States and came to Canada with the aid of the Underground Railroad, a Christian anti-slavery network.
Late 1700s: Scots Highlanders, refugees of the Highland Clearances during the modernization of Scotland, settled in Canada.
1830: Polish refugees fled to Canada to escape Russian oppression. The year 1858 marked the first significant mass migration of Poles escaping Prussian occupation in northern Poland.
1880-1914: Italians escaped the ravages of Italy’s unification as farmers were driven off their land as a result of the new Italian state reforms.
1880-1914: Thousands of persecuted Jews, fleeing pogroms in the Pale of Settlement, sought refuge in Canada.
1891: The migration of 170,000 Ukrainians began, mainly to flee oppression from areas under Austro-Hungarian rule, marking the first wave of Ukrainians seeking refuge in Canada.
1920-1939: The second wave of Ukrainians fled from Communism, civil war and Soviet occupation.
1945-1952: The third wave of Ukrainians fled Communist rule.
1947-1952: 250,000 displaced persons (DPs) from Central and Eastern Europe came to Canada, victims of both National Socialism (Nazism) and Communism, and Soviet occupation.
1950s: Canada admitted Palestinian Arabs, driven from their homeland by the Israeli-Arab war of 1948.
1950s-1970s: A significant influx of Middle Eastern and North African Jews fled to Canada.
1951: The United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees was created.
1956: 37,000 Hungarians escaped Soviet tyranny and found refuge in Canada.
1960: Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, whose grandfather was a German refugee of the Napoleonic Wars, introduced Canada’s first Bill of Rights.
1960s: Chinese refugees fled the Communist violence of the Cultural Revolution.
1968-1969: 11,000 Czech refugees fled the Soviet and Warsaw Pact Communist invasion.
1969: Canada signed the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and its Protocol, agreeing not to return a person to their country of origin if that person had grounds to fear persecution.
1970s: 7,000 Chilean and other Latin American refugees were allowed to stay in Canada after the violent overthrow of Salvador Allende’s government in 1973.
1970-1990: Deprived of political and religious freedom, 20,000 Soviet Jews settled in Canada.
1971: After decades of being denied adequate political representation in the central Pakistani government, thousands of Bengali Muslims came to Canada at the outbreak of the Bangladesh Liberation War.
1971-1972: Canada admitted some 228 Tibetans. These refugees, along with their fellow countrymen, were fleeing their homeland after China occupied it in 1959.
1972-1973: Following Idi Amin’s expulsion of Ugandan Asians, 7,000 Ismaili Muslims fled and were brought to Canada.
1978: Coming into force of the Immigration Act of 1976, which recognized refugees as a distinct class of immigrants. These changes also allowed Canadian citizens to privately sponsor refugees.
1979: Iranian refugees fled Iran following the overthrow of the Shah and the imposition of an Islamic Fundamentalist regime.
1979 -1980: More than 60,000 Boat People found refuge in Canada after the Communist victory in the Vietnam War.
1980s: Khmer Cambodians, victims of the Communist regime and the aftershocks of Communist victory in the Vietnam War, fled to Canada.
1982: The Constitution of Canada was amended to entrench the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
1985: Singh decision at the Supreme Court of Canada whereby rights under the Charter were extended to asylum seekers; led to the creation of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB).
1986: The United Nations awarded Canada the Nansen Medal for its outstanding humanitarian tradition of settling refugees.
1989: The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada and new refugee determination system began work on January 1, 1989.
1990s: By the 1990s, asylum seekers came to Canada from all over the world, particularly Latin America, Eastern Europe and Africa.
1992: 5,000 Bosnian Muslims were admitted to Canada to escape the ethnic cleansing in the Yugoslav Civil War.
1999: Canada airlifted more than 5,000 Kosovars, most of whom were Muslim, to safety.
2002: Immigration and Refugee Protection Act came into force and set out main principles and features of the refugee protection program
2004: The Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the United States is established for responsibility sharing in processing refugee claims from nationals of third countries.
2006: Canada resettled over 3,900 Karen refugees from refugee camps in Thailand.
2008: Canada began the process of resettling more than 5,000 Bhutanese refugees over five years.
2010: Refugees from more than 140 countries were either resettled or were granted asylum in Canada.
2011: Canada expands its refugee resettlement programs by 20% over three years.
2012: Significant reforms were made to the asylum determination system under the Balanced Refugee Reform Act (BRRA) and the Protecting Canada's Immigration System Act (PCISA), including implementing the Refugee Appeal Division at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.
2015: Close to 6,600 Bhutanese refugees arrived in Canada. Canada completes a seven-year commitment and welcomes more than 23,000 Iraqi refugees. Canada commits to and begins resettling 25,000 Syrian refugees.
2016: Canada resettled a historical number of refugees, welcoming over 46,000 newcomers and completing its commitment to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of February.
2017: Canada announces historical increases in multiyear resettled refugee admissions targets, as well as new commitments for resettling refugees from Africa and the Middle-East.
2018: Canada resettled more than 1,300 survivors of Daesh in 2017 and 2018.

以上是大规模接收难民,平时的正常申请,我们国人也有收益,计划生育受害者,法轮功学员很多申请难民成功的。
 
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fufu

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重点是接来的难民是邪教信徒,这个是最让人担心的,如果政府接来的是越南难民北朝鲜难民OK没问题,大家还是照样过日子,但是如果邪教的人增加到一定数量,那所有人都别想好好过日子了,以后一个个白帽子街白帽子区出现了,倒霉的就是我们这些异教徒。
 
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重点是接来的难民是邪教信徒,这个是最让人担心的,如果政府接来的是越南难民北朝鲜难民OK没问题,大家还是照样过日子,但是如果邪教的人增加到一定数量,那所有人都别想好好过日子了,以后一个个白帽子街白帽子区出现了,倒霉的就是我们这些异教徒。
说到底,很多人担心的不是难民,而是穆斯林。
 
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看来这种分析的帖子不太受群众们待见,不符合论坛的政治正确,发了这么长时间,还不及那些打鸡血的口号贴!
之前土豆也说只让女人孩子,以及家庭过来,但这个凶手就是无人陪伴的单身男,它弟弟也是的单身男。

还有联合国难民署名声烂大街了,受贿强奸丑闻不断的,所谓经过难民署审核说明不了什么。

https://m.jiemian.com/article/1891709.html
 
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之前土豆也说只让女人孩子,以及家庭过来,但这个凶手就是无人陪伴的单身男,它弟弟也是的单身男。

还有联合国难民署名声烂大街了,受贿强奸丑闻不断的,所谓经过难民署审核说明不了什么。

https://m.jiemian.com/article/1891709.html
人不怕不知道,就怕不愿去了解,思考,面对,更缺乏勇于承认的态度,我的这个帖子不是为了吵架用的,而是为了让更多人学会去寻找真相。
其实,如果不是抱着学习的态度,纯粹抬杠的话,我也会说加拿大政府,美国政府,联合国,某某媒体,只要是跟我观点相反的,全部都是造假,虚构,只有我认为才是真实可信的,这种方式,无助于解决问题,了解事实,纯粹扯淡耍嘴皮子罢了。
 
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这两天跟论坛里的几个ID讨论关于难民的问题,有的网友强调加拿大没有什么难民筛选机制,因而造成了相当大的社会安全隐患,并由此抱怨,质疑现任执政党政府。
就我个人而言,不相信那些极端的赌气式的言论,加拿大政府是否真的在接收难民方面没有任何筛选机制,没有任何安全措施呢?
晚上正好有点时间,做了一点功课,在这里简单分析一下,希望能够抛砖引玉,大家一起搜集一下相关的资料和信息,努力厘清事实,已做出正确的判断。
搜索关键字“加拿大难民筛选”

引用文章:加拿大是如何审查叙利亚难民的?未来是什么计划?
文章来源:环球邮报于2015-11-20 13:28:50
据Global News报导,尽管时间很短,加拿大政府已承诺对每名来加难民进行严格

引用文章:加拿大接受叙利亚难民 单身男子被排除在外
文章来源:新唐人2015年11月23日讯
加拿大广播公司得到的消息说,联邦政府的叙利亚难民的计划将只接受叙利亚妇女,孩子,及其家庭。消息来源告诉加拿大广播公司说,出于安全的原因,无人陪伴的单身男子,寻求庇护不会是计划的一部分。
其实大量的信息在网上,稍稍花些时间,都可以看得明白,聪明的人,很少会受别人煽动,意气用事,任何的事情,绝对不会只听一面之词,常识,逻辑和经验可以帮助过滤大多数片面虚假的言论,然后就是收集信息,思考分析,从而形成自己的观点,并且要有强力的论据支持。这人呐,没有财富,没有地位,都不可怕,但是却一定要有独立思考的能力,否则伤人终会伤己。
补充一句,跟帖来抬杠的,麻烦就省省吧,有那时间还是去参加游行来的现实,有心大家辩论的,请提供支持你论点的论据,出处,空口瞎喷恕不奉陪。
没人说政府没有难民筛选机制,而是这个筛选机制是不是有用,而且有效的执行了。

现在的事实就是: 阿里不是妇女儿童,没有家庭,是个单身青年,加拿大政府却让他进来了。为什么会放他进来?警方说他有家庭,这不是事实。他是跟随哥哥的家庭进来的,他能算和哥哥一个家庭吗,小孩18岁以上都不能算家庭成员跟随父母一同移民了,这个28岁的兄弟怎么能算?这是愚弄百姓。
政府说他没有犯罪记录,这只是在加拿大这一年多没有犯罪记录,在这之前他有无犯罪记录证明吗,这个移民局查证过吗?查不到就可以不要开绿灯放行吗?越是混乱的地方不是越应该严格审查吗?否则如何体现"国民的安全是第一位的"这个承诺?这个承诺不应该体现在难民的审查过程之中吗?

我觉得在申小雨遇害案中,我们的诉求就是:
对涉嫌谋杀加拿大女孩申小雨的叙利亚难民Ibrahim Ali如何通过加拿大难民筛选机制进入加拿大一事开展独立调查,以检讨加拿大难民筛选机制保护加拿大国民的可行性和有效性。
 

哈法

哈法海港
2008-03-25
17,174
34,572
6 天前
#14
这次犯事的人,不就是单身男子嘛。因为是私人担保,所以不经过政府塞选过程。应该取消私人担保。
私人担保具体是如何筛选的,我也不知道。但可以减少政府的一部分负担。我衔坊一个西人普通工作人员在80年代曾私人担保一个华人越南难民。
 

shi-ma-he

狮马鹤
2005-12-26
5,999
8,355
6 天前
#15
虽多有一家华人很不幸成为受害者,但这起做案完全是随机的。难道有人危险驾驶撞死了人,就全国禁车?没有科学依据就会走极端,同理的。
 

小雷音

知名园友
2015-08-04
13,926
13,157
6 天前
#16
来,一起来了解一下加拿大接收难民的历史。
加拿大人是把接收难民当作自己的光荣和自豪的,承担国际社会的责任,接收难民是加拿大文化的一个重要组成部分。

A Time Line
1776: 3,000 Black Loyalists, among them freemen and slaves, fled the oppression of the American Revolution and came to Canada.
1781: Butler’s Rangers, a military unit loyal to the Crown and based at Fort Niagara, settled some of the first Loyalist refugees from the United States in the Niagara peninsula, along the northern shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
1783: Sir Guy Carleton, Governor of the British Province of Quebec, and later to become Lord Dorchester, safely transported 35,000 Loyalist refugees from New York to Nova Scotia. Some settled in Quebec, and others in Kingston and Adolphustown in Ontario.
1789: Lord Dorchester, Governor-in-Chief of British North America, gave official recognition to the “First Loyalists” – those loyal to the Crown who fled the oppression of the American Revolution to settle in Nova Scotia and Quebec.
1793: Upper Canada became the first province in the British Empire to abolish slavery. In turn, over the course of the 19th century, thousands of black slaves escaped from the United States and came to Canada with the aid of the Underground Railroad, a Christian anti-slavery network.
Late 1700s: Scots Highlanders, refugees of the Highland Clearances during the modernization of Scotland, settled in Canada.
1830: Polish refugees fled to Canada to escape Russian oppression. The year 1858 marked the first significant mass migration of Poles escaping Prussian occupation in northern Poland.
1880-1914: Italians escaped the ravages of Italy’s unification as farmers were driven off their land as a result of the new Italian state reforms.
1880-1914: Thousands of persecuted Jews, fleeing pogroms in the Pale of Settlement, sought refuge in Canada.
1891: The migration of 170,000 Ukrainians began, mainly to flee oppression from areas under Austro-Hungarian rule, marking the first wave of Ukrainians seeking refuge in Canada.
1920-1939: The second wave of Ukrainians fled from Communism, civil war and Soviet occupation.
1945-1952: The third wave of Ukrainians fled Communist rule.
1947-1952: 250,000 displaced persons (DPs) from Central and Eastern Europe came to Canada, victims of both National Socialism (Nazism) and Communism, and Soviet occupation.
1950s: Canada admitted Palestinian Arabs, driven from their homeland by the Israeli-Arab war of 1948.
1950s-1970s: A significant influx of Middle Eastern and North African Jews fled to Canada.
1951: The United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees was created.
1956: 37,000 Hungarians escaped Soviet tyranny and found refuge in Canada.
1960: Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, whose grandfather was a German refugee of the Napoleonic Wars, introduced Canada’s first Bill of Rights.
1960s: Chinese refugees fled the Communist violence of the Cultural Revolution.
1968-1969: 11,000 Czech refugees fled the Soviet and Warsaw Pact Communist invasion.
1969: Canada signed the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and its Protocol, agreeing not to return a person to their country of origin if that person had grounds to fear persecution.
1970s: 7,000 Chilean and other Latin American refugees were allowed to stay in Canada after the violent overthrow of Salvador Allende’s government in 1973.
1970-1990: Deprived of political and religious freedom, 20,000 Soviet Jews settled in Canada.
1971: After decades of being denied adequate political representation in the central Pakistani government, thousands of Bengali Muslims came to Canada at the outbreak of the Bangladesh Liberation War.
1971-1972: Canada admitted some 228 Tibetans. These refugees, along with their fellow countrymen, were fleeing their homeland after China occupied it in 1959.
1972-1973: Following Idi Amin’s expulsion of Ugandan Asians, 7,000 Ismaili Muslims fled and were brought to Canada.
1978: Coming into force of the Immigration Act of 1976, which recognized refugees as a distinct class of immigrants. These changes also allowed Canadian citizens to privately sponsor refugees.
1979: Iranian refugees fled Iran following the overthrow of the Shah and the imposition of an Islamic Fundamentalist regime.
1979 -1980: More than 60,000 Boat People found refuge in Canada after the Communist victory in the Vietnam War.
1980s: Khmer Cambodians, victims of the Communist regime and the aftershocks of Communist victory in the Vietnam War, fled to Canada.
1982: The Constitution of Canada was amended to entrench the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
1985: Singh decision at the Supreme Court of Canada whereby rights under the Charter were extended to asylum seekers; led to the creation of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB).
1986: The United Nations awarded Canada the Nansen Medal for its outstanding humanitarian tradition of settling refugees.
1989: The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada and new refugee determination system began work on January 1, 1989.
1990s: By the 1990s, asylum seekers came to Canada from all over the world, particularly Latin America, Eastern Europe and Africa.
1992: 5,000 Bosnian Muslims were admitted to Canada to escape the ethnic cleansing in the Yugoslav Civil War.
1999: Canada airlifted more than 5,000 Kosovars, most of whom were Muslim, to safety.
2002: Immigration and Refugee Protection Act came into force and set out main principles and features of the refugee protection program
2004: The Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the United States is established for responsibility sharing in processing refugee claims from nationals of third countries.
2006: Canada resettled over 3,900 Karen refugees from refugee camps in Thailand.
2008: Canada began the process of resettling more than 5,000 Bhutanese refugees over five years.
2010: Refugees from more than 140 countries were either resettled or were granted asylum in Canada.
2011: Canada expands its refugee resettlement programs by 20% over three years.
2012: Significant reforms were made to the asylum determination system under the Balanced Refugee Reform Act (BRRA) and the Protecting Canada's Immigration System Act (PCISA), including implementing the Refugee Appeal Division at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.
2015: Close to 6,600 Bhutanese refugees arrived in Canada. Canada completes a seven-year commitment and welcomes more than 23,000 Iraqi refugees. Canada commits to and begins resettling 25,000 Syrian refugees.
2016: Canada resettled a historical number of refugees, welcoming over 46,000 newcomers and completing its commitment to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of February.
2017: Canada announces historical increases in multiyear resettled refugee admissions targets, as well as new commitments for resettling refugees from Africa and the Middle-East.
2018: Canada resettled more than 1,300 survivors of Daesh in 2017 and 2018.

以上是大规模接收难民,平时的正常申请,我们国人也有收益,计划生育受害者,法轮功学员很多申请难民成功的。
人家会告诉你要回归加拿大value,他们以为加拿大value就是白人至上,黄人老二
 

xueshan

知名园友
2016-11-04
7,756
12,871
6 天前
#18
学习贴好贴啊,等我回头闲下来贴点
转载:“有这么一个国家,一上访,就是疯子;一上街,就是闹事;一揭露,就是造谣。 一理论,就是诽谤;一提议,就是煽动;一批评,就是颠覆;一提美国,就是卖国。 一说台湾,就是分裂;一维权,就是抗法;一反抗,就是谋杀;一投票,就没有资格;一选举,就是敌对势力”。

 

xueshan

知名园友
2016-11-04
7,756
12,871
6 天前
#19
人不怕不知道,就怕不愿去了解,思考,面对,更缺乏勇于承认的态度,我的这个帖子不是为了吵架用的,而是为了让更多人学会去寻找真相。
其实,如果不是抱着学习的态度,纯粹抬杠的话,我也会说加拿大政府,美国政府,联合国,某某媒体,只要是跟我观点相反的,全部都是造假,虚构,只有我认为才是真实可信的,这种方式,无助于解决问题,了解事实,纯粹扯淡耍嘴皮子罢了。
一些华人移民确实不知道and 也不想学习了解接受难民是加拿大文化与责任之一;
还有一些华人是揣着明白装糊涂,

其他几个见到讲实话真话的 就飙脏的ID是舆论引导员的马甲们,这些舆论引导员根本不会care Chinese Canadian的移民生活,他们反而会挑拨煽动族裔仇恨、这会让Chinese Canadian在加拿大的变得更孤立 更易遭受排挤。

:wdb1:
 

Kerrigan

独孤求败 笑傲江湖
2012-01-04
1,727
2,644
6 天前
#20
楼主,这些筛选机制其实都只是在正常国家能起到一些作用。对于发生战乱的国家,这些筛选机制其实是形同虚设。

就拿我个人为例。作为技术移民的申请者,我为了证明自己每一份工作经历,我都提交了工作合同的复印件,推荐人的联系方式,好像还有其他一些附证。如果必要,我甚至可以提交公司为我缴纳社保的证明。对于我的经历,我想应该没有人有什么疑议吧。

可是你也知道叙利亚现在是战乱国家。这些难民逃出叙利亚的时候,叙利亚政府所控制的领土还没有ISIS控制的领土多。在这种背景下,你所谓的申请者的“与军事组织的联系、历史、精神状况”等等,又如何核实呢!就算你有自己的一套办法去核实,我斗胆断言,对方想work around,也是非常容易的。

更何况,现在很多人根本不是从你这个帖子里描述的途径过来的。他们是从美加边境就那样直接跨过来的。难道边境警察能够在他们入境的瞬间完成你这个帖子里说描述的各项审查?显然不能。警察实际上是照单全收的。等到这些人已经入境,你再想给他们遣返,那难度就大了。

所以我仍然不信任这个所谓的审查机制。