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Canadian Immigration One half of recent immigrants come from Asia
Canadian Immigration One half of recent immigrants come from - presentation

lois-ondre

One-half of the persons who immigrated to Canada between 1986 and 2001 and who were living in Canada in 2001 were born in Asia. . Immigrants . from East Asia—Hong Kong, China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan—were the most numerous, accounting for over one quarter of immigrants who landed during 1996-2001..

Canadian Immigration One half of recent immigrants come from Asia
Canadian Immigration One half of recent immigrants come from - presentation

yoshiko-ma

One-half of the persons who immigrated to Canada between 1986 and 2001 and who were living in Canada in 2001 were born in Asia. . Immigrants . from East Asia—Hong Kong, China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan—were the most numerous, accounting for over one quarter of immigrants who landed during 1996-2001..

Resilient immigrants,
Resilient immigrants, - presentation

giovanna-b

Resilient immigrants, disempowered society? a look into immigrants’ acculturation experiences Angela Fedi *, Terri Mannarini **, & Alessia Rochira ** *University of Turin, **University of Salento

COVERAGE FOR IMMIGRANTS
COVERAGE FOR IMMIGRANTS - presentation

faustina-d

. under. Health Care reform. October 22, 2013. County Welfare Directors Association of California. Cathy Senderling-McDonald. Los Angeles County. Isabelle Maggio. California Pan-Ethnic Health Network.

How Unskilled Immigrants
How Unskilled Immigrants - presentation

test

H. urt our Economy. They come over here to the U.S. illegally.. They get a job.. On the job, they get hurt like Mr. Velasquez did, and he gets full coverage at the hospital.. Not only does he get full coverage at the hospital, but he asks for a disability check from the U.S. because he got hurt on the job. .

Immigrants
Immigrants - presentation

jane-oiler

in Health Care Jobs. Naturalized . citizens’ . top healthcare . jobs . were . a mix . of more . and less skilled . occupations, somewhat resembling native-born U.S. citizens.. Noncitizens. . were .

Social exclusion of immigrants
Social exclusion of immigrants - presentation

natalia-si

in Spain. 1) Beatriz Arce Álvarez . 2) Alberto Díez Gutiérrez. 3) Oscar Bayón González. Introduction. In Spain the immigration situation has evolved. It can be said that without major tensions have grown from an initial objective of arrival to another of stay. In 2007, 81% of foreign immigrants were raised to follow in our country (INE 2007). The onset of the crisis has changed the landscape by placing immigrants as a very vulnerable socially. As can be seen, unemployment rate affects differently: 12.56% to 21.26% of Spanish for foreigners. This puts things more difficult for effective integration policies, immediate consequences and the difficulties for the renewal of licenses, or unaffordable mortgages are obvious to outsiders..

The New Immigrants
The New Immigrants - presentation

tatiana-do

Europeans. 1870-1920. 20,000,000 Europeans came to America. Came to New York. Reasons for coming to America:. Famine. Land Shortages. Religious and Political persecution. Birds of passage- . planned to come to America to make some money and then return to their homelands..

The New Immigrants Europeans
The New Immigrants Europeans - presentation

marina-yar

1870-1920. 20,000,000 Europeans came to America. Came to New York. Reasons for coming to America:. Famine. Land Shortages. Religious and Political persecution. Birds of passage- . planned to come to America to make some money and then return to their homelands..

Oral histories of Jewish immigrants to Pittsburgh
Oral histories of Jewish immigrants to Pittsburgh - presentation

ellena-man

“Our synagogue was in a room with the windows blacked out. We were afraid to speak Yiddish on the streets. We often had to hide from people who came to persecute the Jews.”. “During the pogrom .

21-1  The New Immigrants
21-1 The New Immigrants - presentation

ellena-man

The Lure of America. Old Immigrants. - mostly Protestant from northwestern Europe . Irish, British, German, French. Arriving between 1800-1880. New Immigrants. - mostly south and eastern Europe. Czech, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese.

Immigrants
Immigrants - presentation

ellena-man

and . Urban Life. Images from Google Images. http://images.google.com/images. Video clip. Immigrants coming to America. New Wave of Immigrants. Mid 1800s to early 1900s- A flood of Immigrants to the U.S..

The Hopes of Immigrants
The Hopes of Immigrants - presentation

tawny-fly

Chapter 14, section 1. Main Idea: . *In the mid-1800’s, millions of Europeans came to the U.S. hoping to build a better life.. Why It Matters Now:. *These German, Irish, and Scandinavians had a strong influence on American culture..

The growth of industry and a wave of immigrants marked this
The growth of industry and a wave of immigrants marked this - presentation

olivia-mor

.. . The production of iron and steel rose dramatically and western resources like lumber, gold, and silver increased the demand for improved transportation. . Railroad . development boomed as trains moved goods from the resource-rich West to the East.

Second Generation Immigrants Attitudes and Behavior under M
Second Generation Immigrants Attitudes and Behavior under M - presentation

sherrill-n

Policies. Matthew Wright. American University. mwright@american.edu. Irene . Bloemraad. University of California, Berkeley. bloemr@berkeley.edu. Prepared for . IMR 50. th. Anniversary Symposium. Tuesday, September 30, .

Many modern countries are diverse nations.  Immigrants migr
Many modern countries are diverse nations. Immigrants migr - presentation

alida-mead

Immigrants come to Western nations for many reasons including economic opportunities and individual freedoms.. Sometimes immigrants assimilate to the dominant culture of the nation but sometimes immigrants want to maintain their own cultures and traditions..

Immigrants and Disaster Relief Kate Woomer-Deters NC Justice Center
Immigrants and Disaster Relief Kate Woomer-Deters NC Justice - presentation

giovanna-b

Immigrants and Disaster Relief Kate Woomer-Deters NC Justice Center AGENDA Types of Immigration Statuses and How to Recognize Them Qualified vs. Non-Qualified Immigrants Eligibility for Different Disaster Relief Programs:

Irish Immigrants
Irish Immigrants - presentation

calandra-b

Immigration to the United States increased dramatically between 1840-1860. The largest group of immigrants to the United States at that time were from Ireland. Between 1846 and 1860, more than 1.5 million Irish immigrants came to the US because of a potato blight that destroyed most of the potato crops in the 1840s. A famine, an extreme shortage of food, struck Ireland. More than 1 million people died..

IMMIGRANTS AND URBAN CHALLENGES
IMMIGRANTS AND URBAN CHALLENGES - presentation

stefany-ba

I. IMMIGRANTS AND URBAN CHALLENGES. Mid-1800’s . L. arge . numbers of immigrants crossed the Atlantic ocean . T. o . begin new lives in America.. Between 1840 – 1860 in the U. S.. More . than 4 million immigrants .

Immigrants and Reproductive Justice
Immigrants and Reproductive Justice - presentation

tatyana-ad

Lillian M. Hewko. Law Students for Reproductive Justice Fellow, NHWN. 30 . Regional Coordinators (RC’s) in . 26 . states and District of Columbia. National policy analysis, regulatory comments and advocacy, develop and share model state marketplace policies..

Chapter 23 Immigration Number of Immigrants
Chapter 23 Immigration Number of Immigrants - presentation

giovanna-b

Economic immigrants. Legal immigrants. Migration averaged 1 million per year. Quotas, refugees, and . H1-B provision. One-third of population growth. One-half of labor force growth. LO1. Number of Immigrants.

Immigrant Categories
Immigrant Categories - pdf

giovanna-b

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Immediate Relatives 215,947 216,856 235,616 205,435 185,130 Special Immigrants 1 3,043 1,861 5,219 6,424 12,084 Vietnam Amerasian Immigrants 23 35 75 12 13 Family Sponsored Pr

Immigrant Categories
Immigrant Categories - pdf

celsa-spra

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Immediate Relatives 215,947 216,856 235,616 205,435 185,130 Special Immigrants 1 3,043 1,861 5,219 6,424 12,084 Vietnam Amerasian Immigrants 23 35 75 12 13 Family Sponsored Pr

Access to Health Care for Adult Latino Immigrants:
Access to Health Care for Adult Latino Immigrants: - presentation

natalia-si

Are . Lack of Health Care Coverage and Discrimination Barriers to Accessing Care?. Claire Olivier and Hana Tylova-Stein. PH212C: Migration and Health, 2012. Today’s Outline.

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