Canada has a proud tradition of welcoming immigrants. Their immigration system, refugee system and network of organizations to help newcomers settle and integrate are among the best in the world.
One of every six Canadian residents was born outside the country. Immigration has helped to make Canada a culturally rich, prosperous and progressive nation.
In most cases, you must apply at a Canadian visa office outside of Canada. In some cases, you can apply to become a permanent resident after you arrive in Canada. For example, live-in caregivers or people granted refugee protection can apply from within Canada.
If you want to immigrate to Canada, there are a few different ways to apply. You will need to decide which immigration program will work best for you and your family. For detailed information regarding visa requirements and immigration queries for Canada, follow the link below.
The United States of America is sometimes called “The Land of Opportunity,” and in no area is that more true than when it comes to immigration. The 50 individual states of America compare favorably in size and population with the various countries of Europe. USA offers a wonderful combination of large cities, smaller towns, farmlands, forests, deserts, mountains, prairies and much more. The climate ranges from tropical to Arctic, although most of the country is temperate, with four distinct seasons. With a over 300,000,007 people, the United States is the third most populous country in the world.
Nearly 70,000 foreigners arrive in the United States every day. Most of these travelers are visitors, not settlers. More than 60,000 are tourists, business people, students, or foreign workers who are welcomed at airports and border crossings. About 2,200 daily arrivals are immigrants or refugees who have been invited to become permanent residents of the United States. Finally, about 5,000 foreigners make unauthorized entries each day. About 4,000 of them are apprehended just after they cross the U.S.-Mexico border. But nearly 1,000 elude detection, or slip from legal to illegal status by violating the terms of their visas. Many will remain, while others will return to their home countries. For detailed information regarding immigration to the US, follow the link below.