Busted! Don’t Believe These Immigration Myths!

Author: Johnson Varughese | | Categories: Atlantic Immigration Pilot , Business Investment , Canada Immigration Consultant , PARENT AND GRAND PARENT SPONSORSHIP (PGP)

Blog by Life Ashore Immigration Consultancy Inc.

While most countries have shut their immigration programs down due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Canada has been quick to open migration opportunities in 2021. They are encouraging more skilled people to move to Canada to help bolster the economy. Canada has a well-deserved reputation of being a family-friendly and laid-back place. Not only that, but it’s also considered to be one of the safest places to live.

It’s long been a country for people who want to live in a place with clean air, good living standards, and safe streets. However, despite being one of the most attractive countries in the world to live and work in, there are still, unfortunately, plenty of myths and misconceptions discouraging hopeful immigrants from moving to Canada.

So to help you steer clear of these untrue misconceptions, Life Ashore Immigration Consultancy has debunked three of the most widely believed immigration myths.

Myth 1: Canada is super cold everywhere all the time
Winter is just one of our seasons. We get all four of them, and they vary a ton depending on where you are in the country. Technically winter is only about three months long, though the snow typically falls between November and March in many parts of the country. But some places, like Vancouver and the West Coast, only see a few days of snow per year and rarely dip much below the freezing point.

Come to Canada during summertime; temperatures across the country can sit in the thirties for weeks at a time. Across the country, it’s a fair bet to assume summery weather will kick in at the end of May and last into mid-September, and it can be downright sweltering.

Myth 2: Everyone speaks French
French is one of Canada’s two official languages, and the province of Quebec is primarily French-speaking. And most Canadian kids learn some kind of French in elementary school, but most of us can speak some French.

Myth 3: New immigrants take jobs from Canadians
Immigrants contribute to the economy and create jobs for Canadians. As a result, the pool of Canadian-born existing and potential workers is limited. Immigrants contribute to our economy, not only by filling gaps in our labor force and paying taxes but also by spending money on goods, housing, and transportation.

If you’re looking to steer clear of more myths like these, reach out to Life Ashore Immigration Consultancy. As one of the best and trusted immigration consulting firms and IELTS training centers in Toronto. We know the Canadian immigration process can get a little tedious, but it can be hassle-free with the right nudge and guidance. We have a team of experienced consultants who can provide you with insight and guide you ashore. Our services include express entry, study permit, business investment, family sponsorship, and visit or tourist visa.

For a complete list of our immigration services, please click here. If you have any questions about the immigration process, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us here.

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