Experiencing the great Canadian society as an immigrant
Moving to an entirely new land like Canada takes a lot of courage. It even creates interesting opportunities as well as new beginnings. The first year in Canadian society can be full of emotional and other changes. One may be looking out for a job, school for kids and a shelter to live under. The best experience that one can have after moving to Canada is to easily adjust in the new community. Here, one can speak any language, French or English and that too with many mistakes. But from personal experience, speaking and understanding the official or native languages of Canada will contribute in making the immigrants adapt more conveniently. A large number of people have found the Canada hob scenario to be really proliferating and successful.
Regardless to the situation as a new comer in Canada, one may feel afraid and anxious and that too during first few weeks of the immigration to Canadian society. Even the Canada immigration procedures are not so hard to pass. Being selected as a permanent Canadian resident is a great feeling and experience due to the advantage of being under the category of skilled professionals and workers. The Canada government selects the workers to be permanent residents based on the work experience, education and knowledge of French and/or English language. Also, if your friends or relatives are temporary foreign student or professional graduated in an institution of Canada, he or she can gain opportunity to make successful shift from a temporary to permanent citizen of Canada. All they need is the work experience and knowledge of either of the two languages. Applying to be in Canada permanently under Canadian Experience Class can be truly useful.
Also, there are great policies in Canada that helps the families from other nations to reunite and stay in. So, if you are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada, you can easily sponsor your conjugal partner, spouse, dependent child, eligible relative in order to be a permanent Canadian resident.