The benefits of immigrating to Canada are many and I’ve outlined a few below. The first benefit is that it’s easier for you to make your life much easier in Canada once you get there. You also save a lot of money on taxes if you live in Canada. So, even if you’re not eligible for the benefits like most of the above, if you plan on staying in Canada permanently then you should apply for the Canadian government’s Express Entry program to bring your permanent status into the country.
If you have no previous experience in Canada, then you’re in for an interesting time learning the language. However, if you have lived in other countries like the United States or New Zealand then you’ll be glad to know that English is our national language so you won’t have to take any courses in order to learn the language. You can speak basic French in certain areas of Quebec. For more info on French Canadian language classes you can contact the Canadian government office in New Brunswick, which offers French language classes as well as daily, French lesson accesses. This is in addition to the Federal Skilled Trades Program, Federal Skilled Worker Program, and Canada Experience Credit.
The second benefit of immigrating to Canada is that once you get unemployment benefit up to one year, you get another three years to either live in Canada or return to your country of origin. The new three-year window allows you time to search for a job in Canada. Plus, if you’ve found a job and you have proof of citizenship or immigration status from another country, the Canadian government will help you to continue living in Canada while applying for adjustment of status. As long as you can prove that you meet some basic criteria of a Canadian citizen, including age, identity, employment, and residence, then the Canadian government will work with you to ensure that your status is maintained.
The third benefit of immigrating to Canada is that once you become a resident of Canada, you automatically gain access to all the benefits and services Canada has to offer. This includes the tax system, health care system and basic social services like education and healthcare. With these benefits, you get the advantage of having very low taxes which are paid on your behalf by your income. Plus, if you belong to a Canadian union or organization, you can enjoy a 50% rebate of tax paid to you. With all these advantages it’s easy to see why so many people choose to immigrate to Canada