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Immigration law deals with government policies which control the entry of immigrants to a country. In Canada the Federal government has paramount powers regarding immigration, but shares this power with the provinces through Federal-Provincial immigration agreements, most notably with Quebec. Refugee law, while part of immigration law, is affected by international conventions, and deals with those seeking asylum due to persecution in their homeland.

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