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Inicio Foros ¿Cómo es la vida de un inmigrante en Canadá? Should I settle in Canada? Is it worth it?

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    HarryJenkins
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    Hi,

    I am already very well settled in India with permanent secured job in Nationalised bank.My bro staying in Canada from couple of years having PR wants me to settle in Canada.I am single.30yrs.I am damn confused.Leaving well settled job and moving to Canada??? Will I get a good job in Canada? Will I get in Banking sector?Is moving to Canada worth it??

    Please help.

    I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.

    Thanks

    #507474
    Chinook
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    Harry,

    You have to decide by yourself. Only you know you. If you’re well settled and have a good quality of life in India, why to move? It makes no sense to me.

    Additionally, your move to Canada as a PR is not quite simple. It depends on your qualifications, experience, not in your brother’s desires. Your brother can do little to help you. Sponsorship of siblings different from direct ascendants / descendants is not that easy.

    Go to IRCC web site, look for “Express Entry” and take a test your self. Find out if you reach sufficient points.

    #507728
    AleRmz
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    Harry,

    We don`t have the right answer for you; As Chinook mentioned you have to decide yourself.

    I am Mexican, and I used to have a good job in my country, my family owns a medium company and my husband used to have a good job in a pharmaceutical company. Nevertheless for me, moving out to Canada totally worth. Canada is a safe country, human rights are respected and in general you can have a good standard of living with dignity , but not just me… all of the people, for me that is the difference!!! and I want my kid can live in a place like this.

    If you decide to move here, take into consideration that it is quite probable that you have to start over from zero, I mean probably you will have to study again, you will have to work in… let´s say not the best jobs, probably you will to wait for a good job … things like that. Then, you have to take your decision, you will live the consequences.

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