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International Mobility Programs (IMP) (Example)

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Title First Name Last Name Institution International Mobility Program permits organizations or companies to hire foreign nationals to work in Canada without the need of them acquiring the labor market impact assessment. However the Labor market impact assessment is a document that is used as evidence to proof that there might be an optimistic effect on the Canadian labor market if the organization hires the foreign nationals (Meardi Artiles and van den Berg 2016). The suggestions of the employment that need a Labor market impact Assessment are usually generated under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (Meardi Artiles and van den Berg 2016). Therefore some exceptions are comprised in the Labor market impact assessment. These exceptions are based on the competitive edge for Canada and the broader cultural or economic activities. They are also based on the mutual benefits that are shared by Canadians and also the perpetual residents of the employees. References Brochu P. Gross T. & Worswick C. (2016). Temporary Foreign Workers and Firms: Theory and Canadian Evidence (No. 1628). Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM) Department of Economics University College London. Marcotte C. Desroches J. & Poupart I. (2007). Preparing internationally minded business graduates: The role of international mobility programs. International Journal of Intercultural Relations  31(6) 655-668. Meardi G. Artiles A. M. & van den Berg A. (2016). A Canadian immigration model for Europe? Labour market uncertainty and migration policy in Canada Germany and Spain. In Labour mobility in the enlarged single European market (pp. 99-124). Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Nakache D. & Dixon-Perera L. (2015). Temporary or Transitional? Migrant Workers’ Experiences with Permanent Residence in Canada. Roberts E. S. (2014). The Classifying Work of Immigration Policies in Canada: A Critical Analysis of the Temporary Foreign Workers Program and Access to Settlement Services (Doctoral dissertation). [...]

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International Mobility Programs (IMP) Per the Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) website the objective of the IMP is to “advance Canada’s broad economic and cultural national interest.” (ESDC, 2016). This program is…  Not based on employer demand  Based largely on multilateral/bilateral agreements with other countries (e.g. NAFTA, GATS)  No Labour Market Impact Assessment required  Lead department IRCC  Based largely on reciprocity  Generally open permits (participants have greater mobility)  Majority are high skill / high wage  Workers & reciprocity are deemed to be in the national economic and cultural interest  Main source countries are highly developed (ESDC, 2016) Explain how IMP relates to IRPA, IRPR, and IRCC bulletins. Offer examples that explain how Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) implements IMP. Word count – 1000 to 1500 words References – At least four reliable references. DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA AS A REFERENCE. For your help follow these link ; IRPR 200(1)C, 200 (3), 200(3)F1, 205(A), 209(11)

Subject Area: Law

Document Type: Dissertation

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Words 1100

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02.22.2017

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