@9VZNZJMLibertarianfrom Illinois answered…10mos
So long as there is a welfare state there should be strict immigration restriction.
@9WNWC6HConservativefrom Maine answered…10mos
Yes, unless there is a removal of the welfare state
@9WMM5YQPeople’s Partyfrom Washington answered…10mos
No. But, housing for immigrants and Canadian's in general continues to be overlooked. Not one of the parties have presented a reasonable action plan. They're all playing it safe.
@9WL45LMfrom Virginia answered…10mos
Only people of White European decent should be allowed into Canada
@9W56XXHDemocratfrom Montana answered…10mos
Families coming to profit should be denied, refugees should be fully welcomed.
@9VPPRZFChristian Heritagefrom Illinois answered…11mos
Yes, and enact an immigration moratorium (ban on all immigration).
@9VLHN4YConservativefrom Pennsylvania answered…12mos
Make it extremely easy for productive workers and entrepreneurs and impossible for criminals.
@9VK6JM6Independentfrom Indiana answered…12mos
Yes, but only increase security at the border and improve background check systems
@9V94LY8Communistfrom Ohio answered…1yr
No, and work on foreign policy to decrease the need for immigration.
@9V4N59RConservativefrom Virginia answered…1yr
Yes absolutely, but make the process easier for skilled workers
@9X9WJL2Republicanfrom Vermont answered…9mos
Yes, and we should spend more to secure our national border
@9DGWLP6People’s Partyfrom Nebraska answered…2yrs
Allow more independent immigrants who will bring jobs and skills to Canada.
@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...…9yrs
No, and make the process easier for refugees
Yes, but make the process easier for skilled workers
Yes, we currently have too many immigrants
No, accept anyone who's not a violent criminal
Yes, strictly screen immigrants for criminal backgrounds
Yes, and regularly review recent immigrants to ensure they have become productive citizens
No, the current policy is sufficient
@9RY435MNew Democraticfrom Washington answered…1yr
Make it easier for skilled workers to come to the country.
@9PB8H5KLibertarianfrom Pennsylvania answered…2yrs
Add a percentage cap based off population for every year, roughly 0.25%
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