The Canadian immigration system is among the most fair and generous in the world. No system is perfect and set out herein are some specifics that both parties, immigrants and Canadians, find unsatisfactory. We find that the system is too easily abused by individuals, groups and others. It is also the object of criticism by many, including the United Nations Human Rights Council.
This paper is directed to creating a win-win situation for immigrants and Canadians by providing comments and recommendations intended to reduce abuses.