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Key reasons that make Canada an attractive destination

You do not have to waste time in the lines of the embassy and collect hundreds of documents — all documents are submitted remotely.

Submission of documents

The Canadian passport you receive will allow you to travel to 184 countries around the world, including the United States, without a visa.

Strong Passport

High taxes

It's a myth, Canada has a progressive tax rate. It all depends on your income and expenses, so on average Canadians pay about 18-20%.

My English is bad

Immigration under the Start-up Visa program requires a minimum knowledge of English, B1 level. And in Canada, everyone “poorly” speaks English, since this language is not native for more than 80% of the population.

High cost of living

The cost of groceries in Canada is much lower than in many developed countries. For example, a grocery basket of 260 Canadian dollars per month. At the same time, the minimum salary is 2500 Canadian dollars.
In Canada, for example, a two-room apartment can cost 1500 Canadian dollars. However, with an average Canadian salary of 7-9K Canadian dollars, this is not such a large amount.

Expensive rental housing

Canada has high salaries and good compensation packages. Go to one of the job search websites and check your paycheck. On average, newcomers find work in the first month.

How much is the average salary

The cost of real estate depends on the city. The prices are really high, but given the level of wages and the low mortgage rate of 3.5% per annum, it is sometimes cheaper to buy in a mortgage than to rent.

Expensive real estate

If you or your spouse plans to work upon arrival in Canada, we recommend that you go to one of the job search websites and apply for several vacancies. Be sure to compose your resume according to North American standards.

What if I don't get hired?

You do not need to give up your current citizenship in order to become a Canadian citizen. You can keep both citizenships and live with two passports.

I want to remain a citizen of my country

Unlike the United States, where kindergarten costs start at $1,500 per month, kindergartens and schools are free in Canada.

Kindergartens and schools

You get the right to citizenship after 3 years of residence in the country. At the same time, you can leave and enter the country, it is not necessary to be there all the time.

Canadian citizenship

Canada does not recognize an apostille, it is enough to provide a translation of the document certified by a certified translator or a document translation agency.

I need to make an apostille

Free medicine

It's warm in Canada

Canada has a free health care system, completely free high-level medicine that covers almost everything.
There is a myth that it is very cold in Canada. In fact, this is not so, it all depends on the city. For example, in Toronto, the temperature in winter drops to -4 degrees, and in Vancouver in winter, on average, +1 degree.

Permanent Resident of Canada

Unlike many developed countries, where the status of a resident can only be obtained by living in the country for many years (in the US, for example, 10 years), in Canada you are given the status of a resident upon arrival.

Here I am, what's next?

Before you arrive, you will receive a detailed plan from the Canadian government, right down to how to get your kids into school. You will also be assigned a mentor who will tell you everything.

French is spoken in Canada

Although Canada has two official languages, French and English, most people speak English.
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Some Statistical Facts

Canada has one of the largest economies in the world. In 2020, its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was approximately 1.64 trillion CAD.

Canada has a diverse economy with various industries contributing to its GDP.

Canada is known for its international trade. In 2020, the country's total merchandise exports amounted to about 412 billion CAD, while imports reached approximately 468 billion CAD. The United States is Canada's largest trading partner.

Canada has a well-developed education system. In 2019, the country's literacy rate was estimated to be over 99%.

Canada has a publicly funded healthcare system known as Medicare. In 2019, the country spent around 11% of its GDP on healthcare.

Canada generally has a lower crime rate compared to many other countries. According to the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, the overall Crime Severity Index decreased by 8% in 2020 compared to the previous year.