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Canada Dream, the new mantra for climbing the professional ladder

by XIPHIAS IMMIGRATION migration executive

Since a few years now, skilled professionals prefer to move to Canada in place of USA, which earlier was the chosen country amongst all for one to dream of and relocate to. Most people across the globe, chose USA for its flexibility and the kind of lifestyle it offers. It is the economic opportunities offered by these two countries that draw the maximum attention of the skilled professionals towards the country. Although the countries allow direct application for immigration, it is better to work with the immigration firm which can provide best consultancy for Canada.

Opportunities –

United States of America is known for the kind of pay scales that it offers to its employees irrespective of they being citizens or residents of the country. However, the current situation in USA is such that the Government is taking more of a nationalist approach thus making it difficult for immigrants. The Government wants to provide more opportunities to the local Americans over immigrants. On the other hand, Canada is taking an equal opportunity approach for all living in the country irrespective of they being residents or citizens. Thus making Canada PR immigration program one of the most sought after immigration program for skilled professionals, investors and students alike. Ontario alone has almost 80,000+ job opportunities open.

Living and Housing –

USA was once considered as one of the safest nations. However, during the past few years, there has been a raise in criminal activities in the country. An increased number of shoot-out cases resulting in hundreds of innocents getting killed has been reported from across the country. This could be a result of either stress or any other psychological issues that one faces. On the other hand, Canada has reported very few crimes either organized or otherwise. Canadians do not possess arms in a large as is the case in USA.

Although both countries provide same living conditions for the citizens and residents, the cost of living is much lesser in Canada in comparison to its counterparts in USA. Canada to ease the immigration process for both Canadian authorities and immigrant aspirants introduced Canada Express Entry Program in the year 2015.

Health Insurance -

Medical costs that one incurs in America are too high. And citizens and residents are expected to pay most of these bills from their pockets. In Canada, the public health care is free of cost. While USA offers only 12 months of paid leave, Canada provides 18 months of paid leave for a pair who is expecting.

There are many things different in Canada in comparison to USA. USA in the current scenario is looking up to Canada to fill in their need for specialists in certain fields. USA has relaxed its conditions on H1B visa program in the recent times.

Canada has introduced as many as 70 immigration programs to invite skilled professionals into the country who would be granted permanent residency there. Canada intends to invite as many 1 million immigrants into the country by 2022. One of its most proficient immigration programs is the PNP Nomination program. As per this program, selected aspirant immigrants are provided with a nomination from the province with which they can then proceed to apply for permanent residency with the IRCC, Canada.

Canada and USA have good relations with one another. The countries share borders with one another. They have good trade relations too.

The best way to migrate to Canada is by working with ICCRC immigration consultant. Immigration consultants that are registered with ICCRC are well updated about the immigration programs in Canada. They have a good say with immigration authorities in Canada and know various methods to handle any kind of complication possible. 


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About XIPHIAS IMMIGRATION Advanced   migration executive

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Joined APSense since, March 5th, 2019, From Bangalore, India.

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