Are you Interested in Immigrating to Canada Like These People?
At VisaPlace, we like to help people from all backgrounds and countries achieve their dreams of living and working in Canada. Below, we’re going to look at 3 people who would love to immigrate to Canada and what they would do once in Canada.
Mohammed Zain Eldin
Mohammed is a dentist and wishes to complete his studies in Canada. Whilst there, he is looking forward to seeing the beautiful Canadian landscapes and learning more about the culture and civilization.
Muntari Bamba (Lucky) junior
At just 16, he may be young, but Muntari has big dreams of becoming a great football player for the Canadian team. Originally born in the capital city Kumasi in Ghana, he looks forward to visiting the nation’s capital and learning more about Canada’s culture and motto “from sea to sea”.
Janchan Pasilan Alip
Janchan wants to make the journey to Canada for family reasons. She aims to find a good job in Canada so she can support and raise her family in a thriving location. Whilst in the country, she also wants to learn more about the culture by visiting many tourist attractions and places of interest.
Are you Interested in Immigrating to Canada?
The first step towards moving to Canada is to get an assessment of your specific situation. All you need to do is use our free online immigration assessment form here or contact us here. Once you fill out that form, we will get back to you (within 24 hours) to discuss your eligibility and immigration options.
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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