Yo considero que emigrar a canada es bueno si no se tiene nada que perder, pero si se tiene empleo y estabilidad para que arriesgarlo para irse a canada?. Todo el mundo cree canada es la gran maravilla, pero no lo es tanto para inmigrantes. La mayoria no consiguen empleo en su profesion, hasta gente con doctorados manejan taxis. La verdad no creo que valga la pena. Piensenlo bien, estan dispuestos a dejar TODO por depronto NADA?. Si quieren lean lo siguiente para que se bajen de la nube
Aqui les coloco algo de lo que dicen varios inmigrantes:
Canada doesnt want us immigrants but the need us. We put money into this economy. When we come here we start a whole new life and we need things like furninture,cars,house, so we spend and this fuels the canadian economy. If there wernt immigrants coming here canada would have no population growth and all the ppl working in the immigration, license, and health departments would have no jobs. They fool us into coming here, saying that we educated ppl can do well in canada, but we come here there are no jobs and they say we need canadian experience. The canadian government are lairs.
You are 100% right.. they are lair, So how the newcommer will servive, i was doing a very nice job in my home country why we are coming i think we should start a compaign in which we should stop the people and show them the clear face of canada..
I have and I regret it. I not only gave up my U.S job, but also my U.S green card.
When I immigrated to Canada, I had a great job in the U.S and was not under any
threat of being laid off. This has been vindicated by the fact that I am working out
of my home in Canada for the same employer as a consultant now. My U.S green card
petition was approved and I was about to file for my I-485. My fiance is a U.S
Citizen and we were both going to start life afresh in Vancouver. I moved to Canada
since I was burnt out and was looking for a change of pace/scene and location. But it
is 8 months and ticking and even when the jobs posted is a spot on match, I don’t get
responses. I consider myself highly qualified and great communication skills.
Whatever the reasons may be, for the canadian employers not calling, it sure takes a
toll on an indivuals confidence in this country and the system. After about 6 months
of toiling here, I decided to consult for my former employer and heading back to the
U.S for good shortly. Canadian
P.R be damned. I’d much rather be a successful visa holder doing something I enjoy,
than a P.R doing odd jobs to survive. It is just my opinion.