MOVING TO CANADA
For 8 of the past 10 years, the United Nations Human Development Index has voted Canada the best country in which to live and work in the World. This may be one of the reasons that every year, for the past decade, more than 200 000 migrants have settled in Canada on annual basis and have been granted Permanent Resident Status.
Canada strives to attract immigrants across the globe from all walks of life and is tolerant of different ethnic and religious backgrounds. For the most part, one big happy family lives in harmony in the second largest country in the world stretching from the North Pole to the full northern border of The United States of America in the south, and Alaska in the west, with good neighbour relations in all instances.
With a strong and encouraging economy, which has outperformed all G7 nations in 2002, Canada boasts leadership in many different industries and, consequently, there is always a call for hardworking people with dedicated skills to fulfill employment positions on an ongoing basis, often stemming directly from migrants like yourself. These industries include the popular IT and associated fields, together with all the other many and various industries found in any first world country. Canada is a clean, secure and safe country in which to live and work and, in order to maintain this high standard of living and quality of life, the Immigration process is a little complicated. Canada further enjoys no corrupt Government practices and has in place free education and healthcare, increasing an already high life expectancy rate.
Services can assist you to determine whether you qualify to migrate
to Canada, based upon the points system which was recently adjusted
to enable easier entry to Canada. Additional points are granted to those
who have higher education, family in Canada or have worked or studied
in Canada. With English and French being official languages, extra points
are granted according to language proficiency. In all Applications to
Canada, the qualifications and abilities of your spouse or partner,
if applicable, will be taken into consideration. Special attention is
afforded to Business applicants, who are invited to apply either through
the Investor or Entrepreneur Plans.
Prior to you completing
this Free Assessment you are encouraged to read the entire Canadian
Immigration section for your information and Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ), where any questions you may have about
Immigration to Canada will most likely be answered.
The information on this page is intended to be general in nature and does not constitute legal advice. Accurate Immigration Services expressly denies liability and accepts no responsibility for the results or consequences of any legal representation provided by any of the Attorneys or legal firms listed herein
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