Canadian Immigration: An Exciting Opportunity
Canada is the next Scotland.
To date, the largest group of people to move to Canada is comprised of the Scottish. In fact, nearly five million of today’s Canadian population claims to be Scottish in their heritage.
Moreover, the first ever Prime Minister of Canada, John Macdonald, is actually a Scot coming from Glasgow. He did not let his Scottish heritage hamper him from being successful and recognized in Canada, in front of the Canadian people, since he was even dubbed as the Chief Father of Canadian Confederation.
The person who took the position after his term, Alexander Mackenzie was also born in Scotland. This indicates that the culture of the Scots is very closely linked to that of the Canadian people. In fact, more than five military regiments of Canada have the exact same name with well-known Scottish regiments, just like the King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Gordon Highlanders, and Scottish Black Watch. To date, the places were most Scots choose to settle in are New Brunswick, Ontario, Nova Scotia or New Scotland, and Manitoba.
Today, many regard Canadian immigration as a permanent opportunity that involves a lot of excitement. Still, however, there are still a few things that they need to consider and obtain before they can finally apply as permanent residents of Canada. The most important thing that they need to do is to decide first which particular program to work with that is ideal for the individual and for that individual’s own family.
The Canadian Government is well aware of the importance of helping families who come from other countries reunite with one another in Canada. Canadian citizens, or if they are already considered as permanent residents of Canada, then they can easily sponsor their common law partner, spouse, conjugal partner, dependent child or an adopted child, or any other kind of eligible relative, like a parent or grandparent, in order for them to also become permanent residents.
Once they have been granted permanent residence in Canada, then they can live, study, and even work in Canada, as they receive reasonable opportunities to provide finances for their own essential needs, including those of their family’s.
At the beginning, sponsoring a relative to live in Canada will mean that they have the responsibility of financially supporting for that particular relative. They should make sure that no financial assistance or whatsoever will be sought from the Government.
By Anders Eriksson
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