Trump energizes Immigration inquiries to Canada

Has Trump’s bluster gotten you interested in Canada?

The coming American presidential election has given way to a great deal of interest on the topic of “moving to Canada”. The question of whether this is feasible can only be answered on a case-by-case basis. There are a number of different avenues for immigration to Canada, each of which has been designed to achieve specific short and long-term objectives such as labor market shortage, foreign investment, and family reunification. Those who are seriously interested in moving to Canada would do well to explore all of the options that are available to them. It is not uncommon that we assist clients who are not currently eligible for immigration to Canada in creating an immigration plan that will enable them to come to Canada on a short-term basis with a view to gaining the education and/or experience necessary to stay in the long-term.

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Stacey Duong

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