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I am looking for a bit advise regards to moving to a different country, Canada is top of my list of places i would love to go to. I work in social work at the moment and i have working in the finance sector for a few years now but it has all been "in house training" and i have worked my way up without going to college/uni. I was has any-one immigrated before?how did you find the process?was it quiet easy to arange?
Last edited by estranged_2003 at Dec 9, 2008,
#2
You mean emigrating.

And i don't think moving to a different country is that easy. Depends though, on your job skills, ethnic background, socio-economic background etc.

Be prepared for some pretty rigid checks on your past life, esp somwhere like Canada.
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#3
Why canada...? Is it their intriguing methods of storing pasteurized perishable products?
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#4
I hear Afghanistan is a good place to go to.
A lot of Americans and British have gone out over there, so it's very popular.
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