THE FIRST GUIDE FOR SKILLED WORKERS ON HOW TO IMMIGRATE
SUCCESSFULLY TO CANADA, WRITTEN BY AN IMMIGRANT!
More 250.00 legal immigrants enter to Canada every year.
The vast majority of them face similar problems: culture shock,
language barriers and lack of information about to integrate in the
Canadian life and job market. Usually newcomers learn through trial
and error and by talking to follow other immigrants who have been
in Canada longer.
Nowadays you can find books written my experts about
every aspect of human activity. You can find thousand of text and “how
to” guides about any imaginable topic. However immigrants are not included
in this ocean of information. Most of the existing books about
immigration are written by academics, sociologist and historians, to
analyse from their academic or political point of view how difficult
has been for immigrants from many countries to become Canadians and
built this wonderful country.
You can find thousands of immigration websites about
“How to immigrate to Canada”. Many respectable and honest lawyers and consultants
worldwide can help you to get your permanent resident visa as skilled
worker to live in Canada. All the immigration process information and
forms required are in public domain and the
Citizenship and Immigration
websites are surprisingly helpful. However the
process can still be difficult and intimidating.
why there is not practical guides for newcomers
and immigrants in Canada?
Because they can be written
only by immigrants themselves. Non-immigrants don’t have the
necessary experience and would not know what to write about. Many
Canadians themselves don’t
know most of the success information revealed in this guide,
because immigrants look at everything with new eyes.
However, immigrants are a group that is the least likely
to attempt to fill this information gap because of the mentioned
language barrier, culture shock, and initially little knowledge of the
daily life in Canada. It seems to be like a vicious cycle. It is
therefore not surprising that such books have not been written despite
the long history of immigration to Canada. Until now...
Canada is a land of
opportunities where you and your family can live and work, in
a safe and modern environment. However, the fact of having
been admitted to live in this country doesn't necessarily mean
that a job is waiting for you. You must be
your technical abilities, knowledge and key information to get
a good job. It is just reasonable to think that you will be
able to work in the field on which you have knowledge and
experience. But you may also face the possibility to go
through difficult long process to get a suitable