The immigration landscape of North America is constantly changing. Canada and the United States, to a large extent, followed parallel trajectories in the earlier parts of their immigration histories.
Canada Immigration News
April 26, 2019
Canadian migration has generally been a small share of immigration to the United States, historically fluctuating according to economic factors in the two countries.
As the Trump administration is expected to overhaul America’s immigration system, some policymakers suggest looking north to Canada.
From 2005 to 2014, the immigration rate to Canada quite consistently hovered around an average of 253,000 people accepted for permanent residency in the county each year.