Series 4 - Oral history interview with Amanat Kaur conducted by Khushpreet Virk

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CA UTM C001-4

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Oral history interview with Amanat Kaur conducted by Khushpreet Virk

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  • 2 Apr. 2021 (Creation)

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4.489 GB of digital video recordings (1 MP4 file that runs 00:54:32 in duration)

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Amanat Kaur is an international student that came from India. She is originally from India and was raised in India. Amanat currently resides in and works at an immigration office in Brampton. Amanat immigrated to Canada in 2014 and she is currently in her early 20s. The interview covers several themes such as religion, education, work, mental health, immigration, and general lifestyle in the Peel Region.

In her oral history with interviewer Khushpreet Virk (UTM undergraduate student at the time), narrator Amanat Kaur goes in depth about the immigration experience and her experiences with racism, religion, and community involvement. Furthermore, the interview goes in depth and talks about the mental health of international students and the struggles international students face when they immigrate to Canada.

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Copyright is retained by interviewer. Use for anything other than research and private study requires permission from the rights holder.

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