Copyright belongs to the Crown. Credit the National Archives of Canada. Textual records: Copyright belongs to the Crown. Credit the National Archives of Canada.
Instrument de recherche
Textual records: The finding aid was generated by staff at the National Archives, Vancouver office based on the titles found on the actual file folders. It lists the name of the individual or organization in question as well as the case file number. The finding aid is restricted. 76-284 (Papier)
Accession consists of seven files pertaining to investigation (illegal employment), refugee claims and Minister permits. Each case file contains detailed correspondence and supporting document pertaining to the issue in question (ie. investigation reports, records of entry etc). For similar immigration records, consult the Regional Office Series in RG76 (Records of the Immigration Branch) and the Citizenship and Immigration Canada fonds (R3260).
Historique de la conservation
This accession consists of immigration records that were transferred to the National Archives of Canada by Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC). HRDC has never been formally responsible for the immigration function, however when it was established in 1993, it assumed partial responsibility for the Canada Employment Centres (CEC) and Canada Immigration Centres (CIC). This resulted from the complicated devolution of responsibilities in the regions following the establishment of HRDC. It should be noted, however, that even prior to the creation of HRDC there is evidence that the labour and employment functions of the Department of Employment and Immigration were sometimes mixed. This has resulted in some immigration records being held at Canada Employment Centre.