Canada has a unique immigration system based on points. These points are given to applicants on the basis of key factors such as education level, professional experience, and a few other factors that are then assessed prior to granting permanent residence. It is an Express Entry system that was instituted in 2015, for the Canadians, it is a system that seems to be working out fine for our Canadian neighbors. Can such a system ever work in the United States with all our challenges and political divisions?<?p>

3 Reasons Why the Canadian Points System May Be Challenging for the U.S. to Replicate

  • 1) America's undocumented migrants, a unique dilemma
  • 2) Unskilled workers, a necessary factor for U.S. economy
  • 3) The complexity of Congress, and the different components of the current immigration law
Read more about this in the article: Why Trump’s Plan To Copy Canada’s Immigration System Would Backfire