It has come to our attention that many of our visitors are entertaining the idea of immigration to CANADA and other developed nations in search of better living-conditions both for themselves and for their children. Those children are said to learn English by using the resources available in this site.

English is the official language of CANADA.

Knowledge of English is inevitable for the immigrants to become accustomed to the new country.

Your communication ability will help you accustom to any situation.

Use all the resources available in this site and let your children have free time with this site to master English.

The countries to which people prefer to immigrate are:

• Australia

• Canada

• Puerto Rico

• United Kingdom

• United States

• Argentina

• Mexico

• Brazil

• France

• Germany

• Hong Kong

• Macau

• Singapore

• Arab Countries

• India

Immigration to Canada is the process by which people immigrate to Canada and become nationals of the country. As Canada is a relatively new country, a formal immigration process has not been around for very long. Nevertheless, people have been immigrating to the geographic region of Canada for thousands of years, patterns varying. After 1947 domestic immigration law went through many major changes, most notably with the Immigration Act, 1976 and the current Immigration and Refugee Protection Act from 2002.

Currently Canada is known as a country with a broad immigration policy which is reflected in Canada's ethnic diversity. According to the 2001 census by Statcan Canada has 34 ethnic groups with at least one hundred thousand members each, and numerous others represented in smaller amounts. 13.4% of the population belonged to visible minorities: most numerous among these are Chinese (3.5% of the population), South Asian (3.1%), Black (2.2%), and Filipino (1.0%).

There are three main immigration categories:

• Economic immigrants:

Citizenship and Immigration Canada uses several sub-categories of economic immigrants. The high-profile Skilled worker principal applicants group comprised 19.8% of all immigration in 2005. Spouses and children of Skilled workers comprised an even larger percentage of the Economic immigrant category at 29.3% of all immigration.

• Family class:

Under a government program, both citizens and permanent residents can sponsor family members to immigrate to Canada.

• Refugees:

Immigration of refugees and those in need of protection is also possible.

Know everything about the country to which you want to immigrate.

Immigration is what built Canada. An area of 9 million square kilometers, 30 million people and more than 12 million houses. That is 3.3 persons per square kilometer and 2.4 persons per house. Canada is the most internet connected country in the world. Combine those statistics with a stable political climate, and think of the opportunities.

Under Canadian nationality law an immigrant can apply for citizenship after living in Canada for three years.

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Here you could find a lot of information for immigrants to Canada. It covers topics such as the immigration process, finding employment, the schooling system, insurance and tourism.

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