Okay. The very reason countries around the world have refugee status determination procedures is that they recognize that globally we don't have a program of refugee resettlement that's adequate to the demands of the numbers. We have way more refugees worldwide than we have resettlement spots.
In any particular year, Canada, along with a handful of other countries, accepts resettled refugees. Because the spots are so few, the queue is so long. The very reason asylum procedures are set up is to allow people who are desperate to, in effect, self-select and say, “I'm in danger, I'm at risk, and I can't wait in the queue for 12 years.”