Yeah it would probably be easier to go to Quebec, and there wouldn't be a problem of a language barrier and their economy is doing better than ours at the moment. I don't know if it's easier to become a citizen or get work papers or whatever is required, but it is difficult here, you'll need to be sponsored for work or school, and a lot of jobs are not that keen on sponsoring immigrants regardless of where they're from unless you're bringing a skill that is in need, which is where a degree would be useful.
It is difficult to get citizenship here (one example is my partner's step-dad is from Canada, and he's lived here and been married to my partner's mom for over 15 years, but he is not a citizen, he just has the paperwork to work here because he is a college professor for marketing and is in high demand with a few universities, so they always sponsor him when the renewal time comes up for paperwork.
Funny I took 4 years of French in High school, never used it since, now I cannot speak it or write it but I can understand it if I hear it (slowly) or read it. And only bits. :P
Jdwood said:Pourquoi tu ne viens pas au Qubec? Beaucoup plus de facilit pour l'intgration et limmigration. a prend quelques semaines pour shabituer a l'accent Qubcois mais je crois que ce serais plus facile pour toi...Mon pre a immigr au US et a t difficile... Tu es jeune alors tu auras plus de chance de te trouver du travaille mais la condition conomique au Canada est un peu mieux...juste mon opinion.
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