The goals of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) with respect to foreign nationals as temporary residents

What are the goals of the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA)?

Understanding the goals of the Canadian Immigration Act is very important to you as someone applying for any type of visa, because think about it, the visa application is the most important document in the dossier and if you write everything in there with these goals in mind you can never go wrong about obtaining your visa, and you'll be seeing things from CIC perspective.

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The goals of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) with respect to foreign nationals
as temporary residents are to:
• facilitate the entry of visitors, students and temporary workers for the purpose of fostering
trade, commerce, tourism, international understanding, and cultural, educational and scientific
activities;
• protect the health and safety of Canadians and to maintain the security of Canadian society;
and
• promote international justice and security by fostering respect for human rights and by
denying access to Canadian territory to persons who are criminals or security risks.

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