India Migration Report 2010â 2011

India Migration Report 2010â 2011 : The Americas

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This book discusses the historical and contemporary migration between India and the American continents. For more than half-a-century, India has been one of the largest source countries of migrants to the USA and Canada. This report is an attempt to examine Indian migration to the two American continents following diverse trajectories. Besides providing an overview of migration from India, the report also traces immigration of foreigners and return migration of Indians from the American continents to India. The focus of India Migration Report 2010-2011 is on putting together available information on issues involving various migration patterns and analysing the major factors and policies that shape them. The book will serve as an important reference source for graduate students and researchers on migration generally, as well as being of obvious interest to specialists on the global Indian diaspora.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 35 b/w illus. 111 tables
  • 1139152351
  • 9781139152358

Table of contents

List of tables; List of figures; List of boxes; List of annexure; Preface; 1. Indian migration to the global North in the Americas: the United States; 2. Indian migration to the global North in the Americas: Canada; 3. Emigration of highly skilled Indians to the United States: S&E personnel (students and workers) and school teachers; 4. Migration policies in the developed world of North America; 5. Indian migrants in the global South in the Americas: the Caribbean, and the Central and South America; 6. Other diasporas in the Americas: a comparative perspective; 7. Immigration and return migration to India; Bibliography.show more

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