Immigrating to Canada from the UK
Are you interested in immigrating to Canada from the UK? There are many different ways that someone from the UK can immigrate to Canada, or come to Canada temporarily.
If you want to come to Canada, you need to determine how you want to enter the country. Do you want to come to Canada temporarily? You could apply for a work permit, a student visa or you could come and visit Canada. Some temporary visas in Canada could eventually lead to permanent residency, depending on your circumstances. It can be especially beneficial to be from the UK, because language proficiency in English is a big requirement of the transition from these temporary visas to permanent visas.
You may also want to start out immigrating to Canada permanently from the UK. To do so, you must become a permanent resident of Canada, which is a very lengthy process.
Some examples of ways that you can immigrate to Canada permanently from the United Kingdom include different programs such as Skilled workers and professionals, Skilled trades, Business immigration, Provincial nominees, Quebec-selected skilled workers and business people, the Canadian Experience Class and Spousal or Family sponsorship.
How can we help you immigrate to Canada from the UK if we are in Toronto?
We get this question often. How can we help someone immigrate to Canada from as far away as the UK if we are located in Toronto? We can easily help you immigrate to Canada from great distances thanks to all of the technology available at our disposal. We can consult on the telephone, via Skype, via e-mail or several other different ways – without you even leaving your home. It’s the most convenient way to learn more about immigrating to Canada and get all of the professional advice you’re looking for.
Do you want to immigrate to Canada from the UK? We can help you! Please contact our immigration law firm for assistance.
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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