Immigration to Canada is an entire novel experience which is chilling and amazing at the same time. Knowing that you have relatives in the country is less anxious than not having relatives in Canada at all. Think about how one have to feel when they immigrate to an entirely dissimilar country only knowing the language that they spar back home. Not knowing what opportunity awaits them in such an developed country. Fright, tension and confusion starts to build up. This basis hardships and which pressures the immigrant to become accustomed rapidly to a whole new environment.
Some of the disadvantages of Canadian Immigration are
Winters in Canada are extremely cold:
Maybe it's not astonishing why a country as cold Canada is thinly populated, consequently of which they are make easy foreigners' immigration to their country, so as to gather a continuing labor force for their future financial growth.
The winters are long and boring, so get ready you for staying indoors for more than 6 months a year. Your kids will not be able to take pleasure in any outdoor action, except maybe ice-skating, skiing or snow-boarding, and will have to engage in recreation in inside community play-areas for months. You will incessantly see a lot of bland "white" landscape exterior your window and it will certainly be depressing. You will also require to package very before risk out into the sub-zero temperatures, wearing snow shoes so that you don't fall on the ice.
Good doctors and health care is hard to find:
Health care is "free". But good doctors are also awfully hard to catch. Since the government finances everyone's healthcare, it controls the numeral of practicing doctors in Canada, as it does their figure of patients, so many doctors you'll call for an appointment, will turn you away, saying, "We are not taking any more patients." Once you find the indefinable doctor who will be in agreement to see you, you will find him bad-tempered and uncaring, sparing neither extra moment for your care; nor a kind word for you, if you're a foreign immigrant.
Immigrants do not have high-status, high-paying jobs; their careers are restricted to lower-level, menial Jobs:
If, for the rest of your years, you find the idea of running a grocery store, opening a home day-care, driving a cab, fetching a security guard, or waiting tables at restaurants, attractive to you, by all means immigrate to Canada. Conversely, if you do not have a degree from North America, nor can you speak good English, then look the fact that the above options are almost certainly the only means obtainable to you in Canada, for supporting yourself and your family - perhaps for good.
Only those immigrants who have degrees from Canadian, American or extra important, foreign universities land believable jobs in good companies in Canada; and that too, on a contract-basis, not on a permanent level. Their agreement may be ended when and as the corporation deems necessary, sometimes devoid of any reason. This is a high risk-factor, one which blows away the immigrant's calmness, for the reason that the rent and utility bills have to be paid, and the cost of living for families is extremely high.
You will never recover from the feeling of homesickness; nor will Canadians ever make you feel accepted as one of their own:
Immigrants suppose that once you land a immense career in Canada, dish up the country for a lot of years, turn out to be citizens, or spend 50-60 years of your life there, you will attain social and racial receipt. Well, formally, no one will distinguish against you; but in community and at work, you and your children will always have that emotion of being "occupant aliens trying to incorporate" into a foreign culture. People will forever think you outsiders who have come to their country to get a superior life. It will by no means feel like home, apart from maybe for born-and-bred children of immigrant parents, who grow up there.
Some positive factors of Canadian Immigration are:
As for the positive aspects of immigrating to Canada - fine, there's the chronic tempt of earning in dollars, even if one's "career" is not anything more than a blue collar job. On the other hand, the benefit of an income earned in dollars is damaged by the extremely high cost of living, which makes it next-to-impossible for a family to put aside any spare money.
The transportation, architecture, public parks, and convey systems work smoothly and are high-tech. There's a happening art and civilization scene, with loads to do in the dominion of sports and leisure, entertainment and relaxation.
The scenery becomes fine-looking in the summer and spring months, with beautiful, bright botanical colors springing up all over the place, particularly in the parks and picnic spots. The water and surroundings is picture-perfect and spotless to the core, with no sign of toxic waste or dirt.
There are museums, art galleries and libraries for excited immigrants to liberally and with no trouble avail for their thinker pleasure. Possibly most importantly, the tuition-fee of programs offered by Canadian Universities is insignificant for Canadian citizens, children of citizens or landed immigrants (Permanent Residents). This means that a high-quality education can be effortlessly availed by those immigrants aspiring for a believable undergraduate or graduate qualification. a lot of families immigrate mostly for this purpose - for the possibility of providing their children with a good, foreign undergraduate education.
So there you have it, the pros and cons of immigrant life in Canada, although with the added curl of my personal observation of the entire Canadian immigration scenario. I myself know more than a few immigrants who are established with their families in Canada since years, but who are not pleased there, to say the slightest, in spite of take pleasure in all the physical benefits of living in a developed country. Every hopeful immigrant deserves to know equally sides of this story - the "rose-colored" picture tinted by agencies promoting Canadian immigration - before they put in all their life savings into packing up and landing in Canada with their family unit; lock, stock and barrel!