[SOLVED] The Impact of Undocumented Immigration on Canadian Economy
write an article on impact of undocumented immigration on canadian economy and labor market Paper must be at least 2750 words. Please, no plagiarized work! The objectives of this paper will include but not limited to, identifying the existing research on illegal immigrants in Canada. Have they been given jobs? How do they affect the economy and market labor? The available literature on the topic of immigration will be analyzed in detail with regards to policies that have been put in place to check the immigration in Canada. Globally, the issue of undocumented immigrants is one that has been viewed to affect the economy of the host country. For instance, the paper will look at the contribution of undocumented workers to the economy and competition for available opportunities with the natives. Further, the paper recognizes the fact that irrespective of whether they can vote, the undocumented immigrants immensely affect critical aspects such as politics, endorsements, and broadcasting. The paper analyzes factors that have led to undocumentedness of immigrants in Canada.In the last ten years, illegal migration has been rampant in most parts of the world, but with a relatively high prevalence in Canada and the U.S.A. . Perhaps this can be attributed to the fact that most countries have porous borders and lax immigration policies. In Canada, illegal immigrants have become a major issue of concern. Non-status workers comprise the greatest group of undocumented immigrants, and they are currently estimated at between 30 to 40 million. On a global scale, workers not documented put in about $150 billion annually in remittances. this makes undocumented immigration an issue of significant relevance and one that has not been thoroughly explored in Canada. . Undocumented immigrants in Canada are defined as people who take part in the Canadian labor force by illegally crossing the borders and not taking into consideration the expiry of their visa or overstaying their visas (Milkman, 2012). This number includes those smuggled or those seeking amnesty.