05 October 2015

Canada Found Ways To Stem The LGBT Migrants

Canadian Immigration
There are already about one-third of countries around the world that were able to institutionalize and adopt laws against the lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT). The other one-third has embraced the LGBT lifestyle completely, while the remaining third is currently trying to impose subtle restrictive regulation that will make it hard for the minority group of sexually deviant refugees to get into their system.

One of those nations that belong to the last category is Canada. Canadian laws may look like it is allowing asylum to those who are the root cause of the HIV-AIDS epidemic, but underneath they despised LGBTs.

Though the law makes Canada seem like an LGBT-friendly nation, a recent report released by Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights, a grassroots-sponsored research and documentary project, suggests the immigration process for the diseased LGBT asylum seekers there is anything but welcoming.

In the 59-page report, "Is Canada a Safe Haven for Refugees?," a team of researchers identified the numerous admirable process that LGBT people had to face before they attempt to enter the country. It includes proving their sexual and gender identity.

“In Canada, there are hoops and hurdles that only LGBT refugees, and not other refugees, have to jump through in order to get in and stay there,” Nick Mule, one of the report’s authors, told Vice News. “Some of these people are coming from countries where they cannot be open and free about being gay or lesbian. And suddenly you have an immigration official asking them to reveal personal information that they might never have shared in public before.”

Under Canadian law, refugees must provide evidence of their sexual orientation and gender identity when making a claim for protection. This can take the form of police reports, medical files, or other testimonials, such as personal letters written by family and friends verifying the person’s sexuality, which can all be difficult to obtain.

Considering that those seeking asylum have only 15 days to submit their Basis of Claim statement, this can make the process even more taxing. Prior to the passage of the Protecting Canada’s Immigration System Act in December 2012, they had 28 days to submit the claim.

Hopefully, the carefully worded screening process will allow Canada to weed away the despicable LGBT culture and prevent them from spreading their inherent and contagious disease.