Canada

When it comes to immigrating to Canada, the weather is one of the most important factors to consider. Canada typically has four distinct seasons. Spring, Summer, Autumn and winter. Every province experiences differing weather depending on how far north the province is located, which makes the winter colder last longer. Currently, Canada has 10 provinces and two territories, each with its capital. Canada has a large range of geography, varying from large agricultural regions, vast mountain ranges, lakes, rivers, and wilderness in the far north to one of the largest cities in the world. In addition to its natural beauty, the Canadian government has preserved more than 100 national parks and historic sites for tourists and residents. Aside from being one of the world’s largest and most beautiful countries, Canada is also an ideal place to live and work. It provides not only growth opportunities for those looking to better their futures with world-class education but also a platform for businesses and families seeking to settle and get into the workforce. Canada has been ranked as one of the world’s best places to live in for the past decade by the United Nation. Some reasons are free healthcare and primary and secondary education.Canada is a constitutional monarchy and a federal state with a democratic parliament, whose members are elected.

Why Study in Canada?

  • The Canadian educational system is acknowledged as one of the best in the world, with Canadian universities considered among the best as well. Additionally, to free health care, Canada also provides social security for its citizens, for example, old-age pensions for the elderly over 65, family allowances for children, unemployment insurance, and welfare.

  • The Canadian government is not focused on multiculturalism, and the country is not a melting pot society, so many cultures and religions are accepted in Canada, which you would not be able to find in any other western nation. Canada is a multicultural society, and two-thirds of its population growth is contributed by immigrants, making the country the country with the highest per-capita immigration rate. Despite being a multi-national country, Canada’s citizens can have dual citizenship, allowing family members of citizens and permanent residents to immigrate.

  • Canada is also an ideal place to live and work. As well as providing an opportunity for students to expand their horizons with world-class education.

  •  The Canadian government reformed regulations in June 2014 to improve the Canadian outlook as a study destination and to improve services to international students while preserving Canada’s reputation for high-quality education internationally.

Why Study in Canada?

  • The Canadian educational system is acknowledged as one of the best in the world, with Canadian universities considered among the best as well. Additionally, to free health care, Canada also provides social security for its citizens, for example, old-age pensions for the elderly over 65, family allowances for children, unemployment insurance, and welfare.

  • The Canadian government is not focused on multiculturalism, and the country is not a melting pot society, so many cultures and religions are accepted in Canada, which you would not be able to find in any other western nation. Canada is a multicultural society, and two-thirds of its population growth is contributed by immigrants, making the country the country with the highest per-capita immigration rate. Despite being a multi-national country, Canada’s citizens can have dual citizenship, allowing family members of citizens and permanent residents to immigrate.

  • Canada is also an ideal place to live and work. As well as providing an opportunity for students to expand their horizons with world-class education.

  •  The Canadian government reformed regulations in June 2014 to improve the Canadian outlook as a study destination and to improve services to international students while preserving Canada’s reputation for high-quality education internationally.

Aspects of Canadian scope

Career Scope in Canada

  • Canada does not only benefit families looking to immigrate but offers many growth opportunities for businesses. Since Canada’s neighbours are the United States of America and because the free trade agreement (NAFTA) gives privileged access to the world largest economy. Canada has abundant supplies of energy, natural resources, hydroelectricity, metals, pulp and paper. Not only does Canada have the second-largest proven oil reserves, but it is also a net exporter of energy-giving Canada possible growth in its GDP.

  • Along with offering growth for potential businesses, Canada also benefits labourers, it is estimated by 2013 that 100 per cent of the labour growth for Canada will come from immigration, giving opportunities to an immigrant from various backgrounds.

Education Scope in Canada

  • Students are not the only ones eager to study in Canada; the Canadian government wishes to double the number of students coming to Canada to study. The Canadian government reformed regulations in June 2014 to improve the Canadian outlook as a study destination and to improve services to international students while preserving Canada’s reputation for high-quality education internationally.

  • Reports show that Indian students are the second most likely to migrate to Canada for educational purposes each year. Moreover, in 2014, 13758 Indian students had their visas granted, according to the latest report published on 7th November 2017. Not only from India but from worldwide, thousands of people move to this country to benefit from its world-class education system.

Canada PROFILE

  • Canada landmass is 9970610 km2 (The world second-largest country)
  • Canada’s Population is 36.95 million (2018) Expected
  •  Life Expectancy: at Canada is 82.14years (2015)
  • GDP Per Capita : 42,157.93 USD (2016)
  • Gross Domestic Product 1.53 Trillion USD (2016)
  • Immigration to Canada : 559,114 arrivals (2010)
  • Ottawa is the capital of Canada (located in Ontario)
  • Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories
  • The Canadian dollar is divided into 100 cents (like the American dollar)
  • In Canada $1 and $2 is represented by coins. Nicknamed the 006Coonie
  • Canada is a constitutional monarchy and a federal state with a democratic parliament.

  • The parliament is in Ottawa and is comprised of the House of Commons (Lower House) and the Senate (The Upper house-whose members are appointed)
  • There are currently 5 officially recognized parties in the House of Common: The Liberals, Canadian Alliance, Bloc Quebecois, Progressive Conservatives and the New Democratic Party
  • Canada currently sits on the United Nations Security Council as a non-permanent representative
  • Canada is a member of many international organizations including NATO, OSCE, OAS, APEC
  • It is also regarded as a relatively safe and peaceful place to live
  • Canada is a bilingual nation having both English as well as French as its official language at the federal level.

Heritage of Canada

Why to choose us

Our services apply to both companies and individuals and we are to advise and guide you through the maze that can sometimes be International Immigration Law. There are various types of Visas and Permits designed to best accommodate your requirements. We closely examine these requirements and ensure that the route. We take together is the most cost-effective and efficient. If Canada does appeal to you and you are interested in immigrating to Canada, you have several options when applying for permanent residence status or temporary residence status.

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