Prepare for life in Canada
It is never easy for anyone to make a plan to immigrate to Canada. As a result, before coming to Canada, you should know general information such as locations, languages, documents, and financial terms. Yes, it always seems easy, but if you don’t have a clear strategy, you may run into problems before you even begin.
Since Canada opens its doors to welcome more than 400.000 immigrants per year, international students and workers have more chances to enter the country for studying and working. While there is so much information about preparing for a good life in Canada, this article will provide you with all the information you need! Let’s get started!
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Get to know before immigrate to Canada
When visiting a new country, you must be well-versed in its culture. Canada, in particular, may be quite different from your nation, so if you do a fast search about the provinces, local people and country’s rights and laws, and so on, you will undoubtedly discover many interesting things to learn and explore while in Canada.
Where do you want to live after immigrate to Canada?
Learn about choosing the ideal city, the diversity of Canadian communities, city sizes, and francophone communities. There are many distinct sorts of landscapes in Canada such as places with steep mountains, several types of woods, prairie grasslands, and arctic tundra with continuously frozen ground. Canada also has a large number of rivers and lakes. So, even if you already have friends or relatives in Canada, be sure you know where you want to reside before making a decision to immigrate to Canada.
The official languages of Canada are English and French. Communication skills may be the most crucial asset you may have to effectively settle in Canada and obtain a good job. The language you focus on improving will depend on which one is most commonly spoken in the area where you have chosen to settle. Furthermore, practicing a good language may help you locate things simpler in any part of your life, such as:
- accessing services
- helping your children with school work
- meeting and talking to people
- getting your Canadian citizenship
Employment and earnings
For many newcomers, finding a job is a top goal. One of the most difficult aspects of settling in Canada is finding a job that matches your credentials and interests. Many people’s first employment in Canada may not be the most fulfilling. It may take some time to establish your credentials and gather Canadian experience before getting the job you truly desire.
To work in Canada, you’ll need a Social Insurance Number (SIN), which Service Canada issues on behalf of the federal government. You should apply for a SIN as soon as you arrive in Canada.
Make a list of documents
During the Covid-19 pandemic, all passengers to Canada must adhere to particular requirements included in the test results and quarantine strategy. Furthermore, to immigrate Canada, you must bring the following documents:
- a Canadian immigrant visa (if this applies)
- a valid passport or other travel document for each family member traveling with you
- a detailed list of all the personal or household items you’re bringing with you
- a list of items that are arriving later and their money value
- birth certificate
- a marriage or divorce certificate; death certificate for a deceased spouse
- educational diplomas and certificates; transcripts that list the courses you took to obtain a degree or certificate
- official vaccination records
- medical records (prescriptions, test results, x-rays, allergies, etc.,) and dental records
- driver’s licence and/or International Driving Permit (IDP)
Moving to Canada is an exciting opportunity, but also a great challenge. Every newcomer’s situation is different, so choose what you may need to do for the best result and have a good start in Canada!
About Canada Admission Hub
Admission Hub is one of the largest International Student Immigration Firm based in Toronto & Vancouver. Currently, it operates in the following markets: Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey, Europe, Vietnam, and India.
Our parent company CVH Immigration Ltd. Admission Hub is helping and supporting International Students around the world to Study, Work, and Immigrate to Canada. If you want to immigrate to Canada through Express Entry or another skilled worker pathway, the first step is to complete a FREE CONSULTATION with Admission Hub’s Consultant. If you are eligible for Canadian immigration, our consultant will reach out to provide you with as much assistance as possible.