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UK Life Coach & Teacher wishes to immigrate to Canada


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Hello there,

My husband and I are based in the UK and desire to work and live Canada. We have felt quite overwhelmed by the abundant information available and consulted with a Rep last year- with the aim of receiving support with our application, finding accommodation and work. However, the Rep wanted us to pay 2,000 each so we did not proceed. I would be delighted if anyone could advise us of the initial steps we need to take in order to move forward which could help simplify the entire process for us. Further to this, we would be grateful for any highly recommended organisations or contacts we could liaise with- any additional information, hints or tips - would be most welcome.

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That's a lot of money. And one should never have to pay for 2 main applicants. One main applicant who qualifies for immigration to Canada is enough. The partner will be added to his/her file as a 'dependent'.

The Big Question, of course, is if one of you would qualify for immigration. That is what rules most candidates out. You can have a look here:
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Hello there,

My husband and I are based in the UK and desire to work and live Canada. We have felt quite overwhelmed by the abundant information available and consulted with a Rep last year- with the aim of receiving support with our application, finding accommodation and work. However, the Rep wanted us to pay 2,000 each so we did not proceed. I would be delighted if anyone could advise us of the initial steps we need to take in order to move forward which could help simplify the entire process for us. Further to this, we would be grateful for any highly recommended organisations or contacts we could liaise with- any additional information, hints or tips - would be most welcome.

With gratitude

Abigale

Life coach isn't an occupation that is going to help you get into Canada. As for being a teacher, we already have far too many teachers with more graduating every year and jobs are extremely hard to come by even for those born, raised, and trained here. Being a teacher might be a help for immigration, but do not expect to work in that field here in Canada.

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