Immigrating to Canada from Australia
If you are from Australia and want to immigrate to Canada, you can do so a number of ways. In addition, as an Australian you have an advantage, because being from an English-speaking country means that you can much more easily make the transition to Canadian society than people from other countries. However, you will need to determine what kind of method you want to use to come to Canada.
There are many different ways for you to come to Canada, whether temporarily or permanently. For example, you could apply to obtain a visitor visa, a study permit or a work permit, and some of these visas can result in a more permanent form of immigration later on.
You could also apply for permanent residence in the first place, using a number of different immigration streams that are available to foreign nationals. You may be able to go through one of many categories, including family or spousal sponsorship, the Canadian Experience Class, Quebec-selected skilled workers and business people, provincial nominee programs, business immigration, skilled trades and skilled worker streams.
How can we help you immigrate across such a long distance?
Immigration is not an easy process no matter where you are in the world, but how can we help you immigrate to Canada if we are based in Toronto and you are based in far away country like Australia?
We have plenty of technology available to us that makes it as if we are in the same room, even if we are continents apart. We have access to Skype, e-mail, the telephone, and many other different forms of communication that make it possible for us to serve you best and provide the most comprehensive client care for you and your immigration case.
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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