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It’s been good reading your emigration story and I am glad I came across it.
My husband and I are contemplating a move to Canada, we live in scotland.
My husband works as a chartered Accountant so I think it would be working visa we would apply for. I am looking to get some advice on the whole process, moving costs, visa fees,House prices in Canada, living cost in Canada etc and hob prospects. Also, would my husband need to get a job before applying for visa. living costs here are outrageous, we spend nearly £1200 on bills a month, not including fuel, food etc. I just want a change and less stressful life.
We have to young boys, 5 and 2. We are looking at Kitchener which seems really nice. It would definitely be in Ontario area we would like to move.
Any help/advice would be very appreciated.
Thanks for getting in touch. I am away for a few days with limited internet access so I will reply with more detail when I get back. In the meantime try this website http://www.emigrate2.co.uk We attended one of their seminars when we were starting out on the process and found it really helpful with loads of useful information and advice
Hope that helps
Thank you Lou, I will have a look. Hope you have a great weekend, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
I have made a new page in the menu above called ‘Thinking of Emigrating to Canada?’ I have answered many of your queries there. I will be updating it as more information comes to mind that I think may be useful
Hope you had a great weekend.
Thank you so much for taking time to write all the information on the ” thinking of emigrating to Canada” page, very much appreciated.
My husband an I thought it would be the FSW program we would apply under but I just found out that accountants are not on the list. So confused on which way to go. As you said going on work permit isn’t the best way with two kids. Also now we are not sure if the demand for accountants is there. I have researched a lot and getting different stories. Also if you can tell me how hard it is to get a job out there and if experience in Canada is preferred rather than experience from your home country an are international degrees recognized. There’s so much to take in and I’m feeling confused about which way to go.
Again thank you so much for help.
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