How to Move to Canada if Trump Becomes President

Veröffentlicht von: thomasshaw9688
Veröffentlicht am: 13.03.2016 19:53
Rubrik: Gesellschaft & Kultur


(Presseportal openBroadcast) - Looking at the American presidential race, the founding fathers must be turning in disgust in their graves! The outspoken Donald Trump seems to be getting some serious traction and honestly, given some of his remarks there are some people that will have to make a silent exit once the real estate mogul becomes president.

Trump has made numerous racist comments about some folks in America and given his approach to torture and other security concerns, American have voiced their desire to leave the country as if he becomes president and Canada is the next best alternative. If you’re seriously considering making the move to Canada, here are some tips that will help you make your move a bit easier.

The quickest and fastest way to become a Canadian citizen is to go file your application through an immigration firm who can guide you through the process.

Pick your locale

Holding an American passport allows you to stay in Canada for a period of 180 days before you’re required to apply for a visa. This presents a great opportunity for you to swoop into the country if you need to find a great place to start your new Trump-free life. You also need to consider the logistics of making the move and find a reasonable way of shipping your belongings to your new home.

Consider your type of application

There are a number of permanent Canadian residency applications that you can choose from and each of them has its own benefits and downside. You can choose to apply under skilled workers and professionals, investors and entrepreneurs, family sponsored, Quebec selected skilled workers or from the provincial nominees. Find the field in which you are most suited for to make the application process more likely to be approved. But, make sure that you consider the requirements before filling out the application.

Fill in your application

The permanent residency form for your preferred category can be found on the citizenship and immigration Canada website. It is best to fill the form using a black or blur ball point pen and legibly to avoid unnecessary waits in processing.

There is a processing fee involved that you will be required to pay while submitting the form as well as any other supporting documents that might be requested. The completed form should be submitted to the citizenship and immigration Canada office and that which is listed on your residency application. Ensure you have the right supporting documents since these vary with the type of residency. Included in your submission should be a copy of the personal information pages of your U.S. passport which ought to be valid and also some proof for your proficiency in English, financial information as well as a birth certificate. As previously stated, the best way to go about this would be to seek the services of an immigration firm who can help speed track your application. If immigrating to Canada to avoid a Trump presidency is important to you, then visit here and fill out the application.
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Wait

At this stage, there is nothing more that you can do. You can take sometime to see how the Trump administration is fairing or if you decide to do this during election time, you can wait to see the state of affairs crash and burn as Trump comes into office. After the application has been approved, you then receive an official Canadian Permanent Resident Card.

How you decide to evade the rustic and barbaric Trump policies is up to you but if you have the funds, fly in by all means, it gives you less exposure time to the new governance or you can hire a self-driven moving truck. The best thing is you will be far away from the clutches of the self-proclaimed billionaire who seems to have to no concern to the rights of the minorities but not too far that you cannot keep an eye on your beloved country.

>>Visit Here To Start Your Process To Live And Work In Canada

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