Family and Caregiver Schizophrenia Discussion Forum

Immigrate to Canada


#1

Me and my wife want apply to immigrate to Canada. We have different professions. She is nurse and I carpenter. Which profession of these is better to apply with?


#2

Nurse is better, lots of carpenters out of work. The catch is that you will wind up in a community up north likely where no one else wants to work or live because of the expenses and, er, ‘local culture’.

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#3

Hi @gibolawot12
I immigrated to canada in 2011. The lawyer and paperwork cost me 7k and i had to show bank balance 10k

Im a graphic designer and had 5 years exp at that time. I had to study french to accumulate points. I guess it’s very tough for lebanese to immigrate here. The interview lasted 2 hours and she questioned me in english and french.

Depends where ure from, i know moldavi people dont even have to know english to come here.

Good luck! It’s not easy at all.


#4

You might think about how your med’s will affect your ability to deal with the climate. Canada gets cold in the winter, and if you are a carpenter you will have to work outside.


#5

Why doesn’t everyone in Canada immigrate to the United States and everybody in the United States immigrate to Canada and then we can declare war on Mexico?


#6

Nurse without a doubt.


#7

Too hot.

Pixel.