I'll try to answer in a couple of ways. In terms of our backlogs and our processing times, I do want to assure you that we've been constantly reducing the backlogs based on controlled intake and our processing ability to do that.
On family reunification, we have stood by the words that we will try to be in the frame of a 12-month processing time. We are very close to that 12 months, at 80% of that. Actually, the departmental results framework will tell you that we are at almost 78% as of 2019.
We do have a constant kind of assessment done on our irregular migration, for which, obviously, we are not shifting any of our resources. That is with the Immigration and Refugee Board, which is where the assessment is done. That does not take away our capacity to process the regular visitors or the permanent residents.
I am also very cognizant of the fact that given the need for bringing highly skilled people into Canada, we have flagship programs like global skills strategy and others in which we can bring innovative folks. They are actually working well.
On the birth tourism aspect you raised, I'll pass that on to my colleague.