[SOLVED] Immigrants Experience of Migration
Description: The research essay consists of an analysis of an interview that you are expected to conduct. You can interview an immigrant or an adult child of an immigrant of any descent. Students have the choice of doing one of the types of interviews with its related topics listed below. Students are required to analyze the information gathered in the interview and substantiate their findings with at least 3 academic sources (books or articles). You may use any of the assigned articles that are required to be read for the course, but it is better if you also consult sources beyond the required reading material. The essay should be 6-8 pages in length, along with a written copy of their interview transcript (not part of the 6-8 pages). About: An immigrant from any ethnic background: Look at and explore the immigrants experience of migration; the relations the immigrant has with his/her (a) homeland, (b) Canadian society, and (c) own ethnic community within Canada; the challenges faced upon his/her settlement in Canada; how citizenship in Canada is viewed by the interviewee. The interview with my Filipino Aunt: Interviewer: What sort of work experience or education did you have when you left the Philippines? Interviewee: I worked as a nanny, or caregiver, for children thats my first job in Canada. In the Philippines I graduated elementary, high school, and associate for secretary Interviewer: What about training and job opportunities in the Philippines? Interviewee: I tried to look for a job, but there was no jobs that I could find as soon as possible Interviewer: Why did you choose Canada, and did you apply for other countries as well? Interviewee: I did not apply to other countries except for Canada because my sister was already in Canada and I asked her if she could help me come to Canada so that I can get a good job and help my family back home financially Interviewer: Did previous work experience or education in the Philippines help you migrate to Canada? (ie., points system) Interviewee: Yes, yes! I graduated from 2 years of school and that helped me come to Canada because in Canada it was equivalent grade 12. Interviewer: What was the process you underwent when migrating to Canada starting from the initial steps? Interviewee: First of all my sister she helped me through her employer, she asked for a job offer for me Interviewer: Did you use any external help such as references or other connections to find work in Canada? Interviewee: I had my sister, my experience back home working as a caregiver and working short period of time as a secretary Interviewer: What was required of you in regards to cost, application wait times, and known or assumed possibility of approval? Interviewee: In order for me to be able to come to Canada, I had to go to school. Like I had to take a 6 month course for caregiver. It cost me like $500 and then the rest maybe my sister spent total $3000 Interviewer: Were you required to take a specific course here in Canada to get your preferred choice of job? Interviewee: In order for me to come I took the 6 month course Interviewer: While finding your first job as an immigrant, did you experience any racism or discrimination in regards to your ethnic background, appearance, education, or work experience obtained from a place outside of Canada when trying to list it as experience for a job here in Canada? Interviewee: No I did not experience Interviewer: Would you recommend Canada to other Filipino people looking to seek employment outside of the Philippines? Interviewee: Sure yeah, it is good, a good country. Interviewer: Were there any difficulties embracing the Canadian culture? Interviewee: No you just have to have an open mind Interviewer: Was the fact that Filipino communities were already established in the area you chose to apply for a job important for your decision about where in Canada? Interviewee: Yeah, my sister especially because she helped me Interviewer: Are you happy with your decision moving to Canada? Interviewee: Very much happy, I love Canada, its a free country! *Within the 3 examples you can include ones involving Diaspora or Acculturation Stressors or whatever seems appropriate for the topic of immigration and reasons to do so.
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