Sometimes you just have to get away and start life anew. It’s good for anyone to break out of the mold and experience different ways of life, struggles, and triumphs. Immigration can be quite difficult, though, with every country having different laws about who can become a resident and what they can do while there.
Most of us, unless specifically looking to retire, will want to work in our new country. We’re not going to lie, it’s not always easy to find a job outside of your home country. However, some places make it much easier than others. We’ve got some solid choices here for people who are looking to establish a new life as an expat as quickly and easily as possible.
Canada is known as one of the friendliest nations in the world, with a pleasant combination of fun urban centers and wide open vistas. Though it is the second largest country in the world, it has a low population density, and is a great choice if you want a little land around you. Canada takes care of its residents with universal healthcare and the people welcome multi-cultural communities. Perhaps that is why Canada always comes in near the top in worldwide quality of life.
As a truly first world country, Canada does have standards in regard to awarding work visas. But if you have experience in an industry that’s booming in Canada, you can take advantage of an express entry program that makes short work of immigrating. To see if you qualify, fill out the online form that awards points for education level, professional experience, and whether or not you speak French. If you have family in Canada or have studied there at any point, that also goes a long way.