캐나다 이민법상 주정부의 영주권 부여 참여에 관한 연구


Study on the Participation of Provincial Governments in Granting Permanent Resident Status Under Canadian Immigration Law


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This paper aims at reviewing Canada's provincial nominee immigration program and exploring the way in which Korea's local governments participate in central government's immigration policy. In Korea, immigration status is granted by the Minister of Justice under the Immigration Control Act and there is no role of local governments in this policy area. However, Canada's Immigration and Refugee Protection Act stipulates that the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada may enter into agreements with provincial governments with regard to immigration policy and in accordance with those agreements, ten provinces and two territories implement provincial nominee programs. Through the provincial nominee program, Canadian provinces and territories receive immigrants selected by themselves and use their labor force to contribute to their economic development. After reviewing Canada's provincial nominee program in detail at Chapter 2, the paper suggests that Korea consider similar program in which local governments recommend to central government foreign workers who showed great work and civic history in their locality and proved themselves to be semi-skilled workers and the central government grants to those foreign workers immigration status including permanent resident status with which they can settle in Korea.


Ⅰ. 들어가는 글
 Ⅱ. 캐나다 주정부이민프로그램(Provincial Nominee Program)
 Ⅲ. 맺는 글 : 비교법적 검토 및 시사점


  • 한태희 Han, Tae-Hee. IOM 이민정책연구원 책임연구원, 동국대 법학과 박사과정, 미국 & 캐나다 변호사.


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