PART VI: Promoting healthy, fair, humane and legitimate conditions for international migration of workers and their family members In 2015, some foreign worker annexes expired. At the same time, the authorities have renewed some annexes of foreign workers. These are usually foreign workers from British Columbia and Ontario. Officials should visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website to review the current schedules for foreign workers. 9. Deportation from the State of Employment does not in itself affect the rights of a migrant worker or family member acquired under that state`s right, including the right to compensation and other rights conferred on him. (2) In this context, it is necessary to take due account of the needs and resources of work, but also of the social, economic, cultural and other needs of migrant workers and their family members, as well as the consequences of these migrations for the communities concerned. Each State Party undertakes to adopt the legislative and other measures necessary for the implementation of the provisions of this Convention. 2. In the event of compensation for the death of a migrant worker or family member, the contracting states provide assistance to the persons concerned, if necessary, so that these issues can be resolved quickly. These issues are addressed on the basis of applicable national law, in accordance with the provisions of this Convention and all relevant bilateral or multilateral agreements. 1. Migrant workers and their family members are not subject to collective deportation measures.
Each deportation case is subject to individual review and decision. 1. A State party to this Convention may at any time declare, under this article, that it recognizes the Committee`s jurisdiction to receive and review communications that one State party is arguing that another State party is not meeting its obligations under this Convention. The submissions in this section can only be received and reviewed if they are submitted by a State party that has made a statement in which it makes itself known to the Committee`s jurisdiction. The Committee is not informed whether this is a contracting state that has not made this statement. The submissions received under this article will be reviewed in according with the following procedures: recognizing the importance of the work done in relation to migrant workers and their family members in various United Nations bodies, in particular the Commission on Human Rights and the Commission on Social Development, and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. , the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and the World Health Organization, as well as other international organizations, 1.