Immigrating to Canada

in Canada


Thousands and thousands of immigrants around the world is welcomed by Canada each year. It is also one of the most immigrant friendly countries which welcome around 200,000 immigrants yearly. A highly developed country with excellent health care systems, world class educational infrastructure and exceptional working conditions and standard of living is the place called Canada. It has been ranked by the United Nations as the best place to live for five years in a row. In fact, living and working in Canada is the dream of anyone.


On the other hand, the process defined by the Canadian government by which people around the world are moving to Canada to reside permanently in the country is called immigration to Canada. After a specific period of time not all become citizens of the said country.


Recently, Canada is recognized as a country with important immigration policy. Canada has 34 major ethnic groups of at least one hundred thousand members each, this is according to the 2001 Census. Though the place has a very good reputation but immigrants can't take away from little hassles as they settled in the place. Seventy percent of all new immigrants into Canada reported situations like this.


The weather is one of the major impediments to get settled in the place as Canada boasts some of the coldest winter months in the entire Western Hemisphere. This happen because the continent's close proximity to the Arctic Circle and North Pole. This concern is mostly experienced by many immigrants moving to Canada that are coming from the tropical places where the weather is relatively warm.

Meanwhile, there is stiff competition for jobs in Canada since the Canadian immigration system only desires to legalize people who have formal skills. This is so because the place has one of the highest literacy rates in the world.

The predominant languages in Canada are English and French. Immigrants coming from French speaking lands would have no problem. However, different case is experience by English speaking migrants. Before anyone can be assimilated into the Canadian workplace he must enrol in either French or English classes.


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This article was published on 2011/05/23