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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

AN ACCOUNT OF IMMIGRATION REFORM

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by Chris Musillo

MU Law's Maria Schneider was recently published in the Cincinnati Bar Association’s (CBA) Report. Ms. Schneider’s article, An Account of Immigration Reform, was featured on the cover of this month’s issue of the Report and concerns comprehensive immigration reform.

In the article Ms. Schneider outlines several groups vying for priority consideration in a reformed immigration system and questions which of these groups should be given preference for entering the US. She concludes by asking the key question: Who gets in?

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    The recent changes include the Multiple Borders Strategy ("MBS"), whose goal is to ?push the border out? and to ?intercept improperly documented persons as far away from Canada?s territorial borders as possible.? Canada ?enacts measures that deter and deflect the arrival of asylum seekers at? countries of origin, visa screening points, airline check in points, points of initial embarkation, transit areas, points of final embarkation, and points of final arrival.? How do they do this? Canada has 63 liaison officers in 49 "strategic locations around the world." The officers "train and work with airlines, local immigration authorities, and local law enforcement agencies to identify improperly documents persons, including some asylum seekers, and block them from boarding Canada-bound boats or planes." The officers have intercepted 73,000 people between 2001 and 2012. Another part of the MBS is to sanction airlines and shipping companies that allow improperly documented people to arrive in Canada. The Canadians have also imposed stricter visa requirements on people from refugee source countries when refugee arrivals from those countries increase. In short, Canada is doing more to block people from illegally entering the country. So what's wrong with that?
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