New immigration rules create two-tier Canadians: critics
Barry Artiste Op/Ed
We have all seen Media reports recently and in the past where Canada runs to the rescue to get Canadians living permanently or semi permanently in War torn or unstable countries where these new Canadians were born. These Rescues amounting to millions of dollars per rescue is seen by many as a ruse, whereby New Canadians use Canada as a Country of Convenience, offering New Canadians Dual Citizenship, unlike other nations who state, you must pick and choose.
Canada now has woken up finally to the fact, a fact many have known for decades that many here who secure Canadian Citizenship contribute nothing to this Country, when they use Canada as a safety net in case of world crisis. Honk Kong is one place where many came here in the hundred thousands before the takeover by the Communist Chinese, and with good reason, but once they found out the Communist Chinese knew a good thing and allowed Hong Kong to remains as it always has as an Eastern Financial Capital for Asia Pacific, many Hong Kong Canadians left Canada to live in Hong Kong, the many who do have no intention of coming back, but will not refuse the retirement, medical and health benefits Canadian Citizenship brings. Sort of getting Scammed here now arent we? Pay no taxes, live elsewhere, contribute nothing, have kids in foriegn lands and automatically your kids are Canadian, and the vicious circle of taking Canada for a Sucker continues, until now. No more free ride, Gaza or Israel is getting bombed? Well you may be on your own, as well as you foriegn born children, you will have to leave behind.
Yep, the Free Ride and Gravy Train is finally coming to a close. What's Next? One can be certain Dual Citizenship will one day be a thing of the past, Now how Unconvenient!
OTTAWA -- New rules intended to protect the value of Canadian citizenship will create a two-tiered system with children born or adopted overseas relegated to an "inferior" class of citizenship, critics say.
Proposed federal regulations unveiled in mid-December seek to prevent children born to or adopted by Canadians outside the country from passing citizenship on to their children if they also are born abroad.
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