Thinking of migrating to Canada for better job opportunity?
I am a Media Professional from India.My wife is a Educationist.We are exploring the possibilities of migrating to Canada for better job opportunities.I checked with the immigration authority if we can go for it.We have a option to proceed but I am not very sure weather we are making a right move.I will be grateful if personal experiences can be shared regarding job opportunities and the consideration of Indians for them.We are not affluent in french,will it be a problem for us?
Asked By: J24 - 10/9/2011
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I have no idea what "immigration authority" you spoke to, but immigrating to Canada is not an easy thing. I recommend you read the Citizenship and Immigration web site for yourself. There are tens of thousands of scammers who will take money from gullible people... More
Answered By: bw022 - 10/9/2011
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No, Canadian education is prioritized over international education. If you have good jobs in India it would be a bad decision to move to Canada. Even though there are a lot of job opportunities in Canada, you will probably need to get training here before you can apply for jobs. Meaning, you will most likely end up... More
Answered By: The Reaper - 10/9/2011
Canada only admits people with both skills and experience in professions it requires. Easiest way to check your chances of admission is to go to http://www.workpermit.com and do the on-line test. Its a commercial site and I don't recommend their services but the test is free and useful... More
Answered By: Ian - 10/9/2011
You'll have to at the very least, be going to school in Canada or have a job lined up before you'll have a chance of being accepted.
Answered By: Anonymous - 10/9/2011
If you do decide to immigrate to Canada, Alberta and Saskatchewan are the provinces with the most jobs so it should be easy to get a job there. And no, you don't need to speak French unless you want to work in Ottawa, New Brunswick or Quebec.
Answered By: Nova - 10/9/2011
no do not immigrate to canada. I repeat to do not immigrate to canada. I lived in that towel bowl for 5 years. it is absolutely disgusting. canadians are all very racist, rude and boring. do no expect anything out of them. canada has NO JOB OPPORTUNITIES. if u r well established in india then do not even think about... More
Answered By: Luthador_sucks - 10/10/2011
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