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Immigrant selection central to the outcomes ...

„Immigrant selection is clearly central to the outcomes of both first and second generation immigrants. […] Governments are sometimes thought to take 'high' (e.g. Australia and Canada) or 'low' (e.g. Germany) skills routes in immigrant selection, or to emphasize family reunification (e.g. United States) over skill selection. […] Canada’s increasingly high skills route is predicted to increase second-generation educational outcomes appreciably (by about 1.5 years).“

Prof. Dr. Arthur Sweetman u. a., „Immigration: What About the Children and Grandchildren?“ (2014), S. 13