GUIDE TO CANADA
NEWCOMER'S GUIDE TO CANADA
Are you immigrating
to Canada? Have you recently moved to Canada and need
guidance in adapting to life in the country? Making
the transition to living and working in Canada happens
over time. Newcomers can face challenges related to
employment, communication, healthcare, and so much more.
It is very important for the newcomer to be aware of
these challenges before he or she can begin to tackle
them. This kit will instruct you on how to settle into
your Canadian life and overcome the many challenges
that newcomers face. With this kit, you can get valuable
information on Canadian work experience, foreign credential
recognition, and improving your language or communication
skills. You can also obtain comprehensive directions
on applying for your health card, your SIN card, getting
your PR card, and whatever you may need from the government
in order to transition smoothly into the way of life
IN THE KIT:
Introduction to Canada
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Commonly Asked Questions
What are the benefits of moving to Canada?
Canada is well known for its availability of excellent
social services. The government funded health care system
is very popular. Canada is celebrated for its tolerance,
respect of human rights, and social justice. A respect
for human rights and personal freedom is deeply held,
and both are constitutionally enshrined in Canada's
Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Canada is a multicultural society, hosting people from
all over the world. Canada always needs the skills,
talents and enthusiasm of newcomers to continue to grow.
Today, Canada continues to attract new immigrants with
the promise of stability, prosperity and peace.
2. How do I
travel to and from Canada once I am a permanent resident
The Permanent Resident Card is the official proof of
your status as a permanent resident in Canada. This
wallet-sized plastic card is required for all permanent
residents of Canada seeking to re-enter Canada on a
commercial carrier (airplane, boat, train or bus).
3. Can my spouse
or common-law partner and children come with me to Canada?
Your spouse or common-law partner and children can come
with you to Canada or visit you in Canada. The length
of their stay depends on which immigration application
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