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Hi! I am a 28 yr old who is considering moving to Canada.should I look for a job whilst still in SA? How are the living conditions? What is the rent like? Is public transport a problem? What is the average salary for one to survive? How are the people especially in working enviroments? Please help with any advise. Thanks View%20Post
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Hi there

We decided in Feb this year that we had had enough, and that we were going to Canada.
Three months later we were in Canada - so far very happy and dont regret move.
The easiest (and quickest) way is to have a job offer from a canadian employer.
My wife managed to track down a job in the optical industry. She did two interveiws with the employer on Skype (its free).
 
The employer must give you written confirmation of your job offer. That done you must instruct the employer to get a LMO (labour market opinion) from the HRSC. In the application your employer must motivate why they are offering the job to you and not someone locally. It does help if your skill falls within the skills shortage category. It will take two weeks to get the LMO back and this must be forwarded to you. The LMO must be postive.
 
That done you need to get a police clearance and submit this with your job offer, LMO, photos, passport etc. with application to the embassy. After about two weeks they will instruct you to go for a medical at a specific doctor. Once this is done you should have your work permit about 5 weeks later. (It took us ten weeks from start to finnish)
 
Living conditions here are good. Things are more expensive than SA if you compare directly but definately easier to have a good quality of life. A 1 bedroom flat will cost between 500 and 1000 CN$ per month lights, water and heating incl. (depends where you stay of course). Public transport is fantastic in the bigger centres (busses, trams, tubes etc.) and even trains and busses between towns are reliable and well organised. Difficult to comment on salaries - but even a street sweeper can live and eat.
Technicians earn from 2500 - 4000 per month , a geologist earns between 3200 and 5500 and a bus driver between 1800 and 3000. Middle management is about 4500 per month. The tax here is higher than SA as you pay both federal and provincial taxes BUT schooling and medical here is FREE. (and its first class!) It costs about CN$450 per month to feed a family of three (and we eat like kings). People her are generally very friendly and South Africans are very welcome. Canada is basically a community of immigrants!
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Hi, Microlighter
 
I have googled the internet in order to find some info on immigrating to Canada, but find it all quite confusing. Your posts have really helped, but have also made me nervous.
 
I have browsed the internet and have played with the idea of moving to Vancouver, British Columbia, as the temperatures seem more normal. My uncle, who is a canadian citizen, has warned us against the rain. They live in Toronto.Which area would you recommend in terms of climate? We are currently living in Somerset West (Cape Town).
 
Then, i would also like to know of some good website to go job -hunting on. My husband is an IT nerd (programmer) for about 7 years with a diploma from Cape Technikon and i have a 4 year Honours degree in educational psychology (teaching and counselling) from Stellenbosch University. I have taught for 1 year. Englsih First Language to secondary school learners and i have done admin work for a company that registeres brokers with the Financial Services Board for about 9 months.
 
I would REALLY appreciate your input.
 
Thanks!
 
 
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Hi Lauren
 
With you and your hubbies skills, you wont have a problem getting here from a visa standpoint. You both have post matric qualifications in fields that are experiencing skills shortages. You (yourself) would have to play the psychology thing more than the teaching side. To teach and council you would have to register with a relevant association here before you could work, but that would just be a formality. My work visa specifically states that I may not teach or be employed in the health sector. I dont know why...but I assume its to do with registering with these associations first. All district school boards here have student councillors etc.
 
Regarding employment websites..there are hundreds! They are all google'able. Just search "it jobs" or "teaching jobs" and then try and narrow it down. Try workopolis.com, employmentontario.ca, ospreycareers.ca, mployed.ca, careermine etc and youll always find links to others.
Also try finding the websites of the individual district school boards eg "Hastings and Prince Edward County Schoolboard" and they usually have an employment link on their pages.
I am very confident that the two of you would pick up jobs within 2 weeks (once you were here.) I doubt that someone will employ you whilst you were still in SA as it would take another 3-4 months before you would be of service to them.
 
Regarding where to stay...who knows...Im just out of Toronto. Ontario is the most powerful province economically, but yes the weather can be extreme. We are minus 17 as I write this, but its only for about 4 months that we suffer and the rest of the year we have great weather. The western seaboard probably has the nicest weather (but it can also get cold!!)
Generally everything happens in the south of Canada - east to west. A lot of the mining areas are to the north tho. (Some good IT jobs there as well and the pay is better - but the weather is a killer!)
 
Regarding Visas - I would suggest applying in the skilled worker category. All info is on the Canadian Immigration web. If you can prove that you can look after yourselves financially untill you can find jobs (enough for about 3 months I think - about CN$6000) then I doubt there will be problems. Ask for concurrent processing at your own risk to speed things up.
Might be a good idea for one of you to come over first, find a job, start working and then scout around for opportunities for the other. This would probably make the move slightly easier on the budget.
 
DONT get involved with an immigration lawyer - lot of scam artists out there!, there is no guarantee, and they dont get any prefferential treatment from Immigration Canada. They also charge the earth!
 
The fact that you have a relative here will also help your application.
 
You can contact me on horwoodphilip@yahoo.co.uk for any other queries that you might have if you wish.
 
Good luck
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Living conditions are fine, but its suggested that you have a job especially in this economy!

Please contact me if you have any questions:

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hi i am thinking of moving to canada i got a job offer in High Prairie in AB.
 
My offer is 32$ a hour, will that be enough to live by and save  in canada?
 
Is it Cheaper to travel there?
 
i hope you can help.
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hello microlighter i would like to immegrate to sa i am a cabinetmaker with 15 years exp
what visa should i apply under could u advise
dont no where to start can u advise been on many sites some say i qualify others say i dont  
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Dear South African , you are thinking of moving to Canada .

VIP Business Immigration offers you two programs
 
IF you have a diploma and experience under one of the 38 Canadian National occupations you might Immigrate to Canada as a Skilled Worker without any work Visa 
 
If you are a Business Person , a Director or a Manager with a High Net Worth you might Immigrate to Canada as an Investor under the Immigrant Investor Program with no age limit, no language requirements , no diplomas required. Approval in 4 to 6 months and full immigration Visa in 12 to 14 months
 
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Hello Juice ,
 
For your information , there are several issues here.
 
First of all , your profession is regulated in Canada therefore your chances of receiving an offer from a Canadian employer are slim. In general , your occupation is not admissible under the Current Canadian skilled worker program therefore you cannot apply directly.
 
Once again , I will repeat that there is the Quebec Skilled worker program that allows much more possibilites of immigrating to canada but is more complex to understand for non immigration consultants
 
Some info on the program
Quebec loves children , therefore you receive points
All professions and trades are accepted ( but receive different points)
The are no obligations of speaking french as 50% of the Province is bilingual
You can move and work anywhere in Canada once accepted by Quebec
We always find a solution for immigration in most cases.
 
Sometimes , when a person is really dedicated to improve it's conditions and provide a better futur for their children, we will set a plan for their immigration after 12 months as we will provide them with advice on what to do to improve their chances.
 
 
For Federal skilled workers application - http://www.skilledworkersimmigrationcanada.com/index.html
 
For Quebec skilled workers Open immigration write to
 
All members are welcomed to ask any question on Canadian Immigration to benefit all members . Private questions should be adressed to the email above.
 
Max Donzella , CCIC, ID M105995
 
 
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Hi there! i have been reading and trying to get as much info on this affair as possible! so this page does help alot! Im from Cape Town and are trying to go to canada as my girlfriend is over there and we are trying to get together, i am 27 and have been working in accounting for more +-5 years (accounts payable and receivable :( ) i know this is not a nessasary skill on that list but im willing to do anything, please help!
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Hi there all! We have an opportunity to go and visit some friends in Okotoks. We both worked in the UK and would now like to go and settle down in Canada. My partner got his Marketing Degree and owned his own business in SA (Marketing and Business Consulting, POS and ERP implementation) I have Hospitality experience (UK as well as in SA) and Managed a couple of Game Farms in SA. We would like to live in Alberta (Calgary, Airdrie or Okotoks) Would it be worth it to go and visit or should we look at Vancouver or Toronto with our experience. We would like to be gone before June next year.
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Hi I'm in Alberta if anyone is interested in this province.  I often think it is sadly overlooked but there are loads of Southerners here.  The prairies/bush are just like back home, this is cow country and when it is +30 to +40 in summer, you feel like you are back home.  Winters near the Rockies are fabulous as although some days we can get to -30s, we also get Chinooks which are warm winds off the mountains, melting the snow and ice and giving temperatures up to +10 in the middle of winter.  AB has become home away from home.  There is something here for everyone who is willing to face and work through the challenges that immigrating to a new country can bring.  We are African and we have the unique ability to adapt to our surroundings.  #:0)
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Hi Chelleah,

My boyfriend and I are looking at Alberta, i think it is such a beautiful place. We are 27 and 23 respectively. He is a mechanical Engineer and i and a Health and Safety Manger for Oil & Gas company.  What are the job opportunities like for those industries?
We would like to move within the next year, please tell me more about Alberta!! What is the housing like? We have three dogs that will be coming over with us, do you perhaps know the procedure for taking animals into Canada?

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Hey there, top industries here are energy - oil, gas and water.  Calgary, Alberta is the best place for the oil and gas industry and there are loads of opportunities for both of you.  I find the economy over-inflated and can't understand the reason behind such high costs of living, especially in comparison to the US.  Saying that, with both of you working in these industries, you will do fine.  Put yourselves onto .www.linkedin.com/.  Renting averages at $1500.  The newer suburbs are just under $500,000.  Nice houses but nothing to really call a garden as we know it, not much privacy or parking.  Older suburbs roughly $350-400 - gardens are bigger and the houses I find better built but usually smaller, just be careful the areas you choose.  We brought our cats over, and picked them up the next day at the airport.  They just require the usual shots, passports etc. but no trouble bringing them in.  Be aware there is a collection fee which they did not tell us about when we went to customs - think it was something like $50.  British Airways provides the necessary transit kennels etc, that is who we went through.  Pricey but it was our only option so hey we love our cats!  Vets and dentists are extremely expensive!  An excellent place for all immigration info is the government site - .www.cic.gc.ca/english/.  You can do all immigration applications through them direct - DO NOT use an agent, as they are an unnecessary HUGE expense and all they do is refer to this site to do the same application you can do yourself.  Another great site is .www.meetup.com/ for making new friends - it's international.  Best of luck~ #:0)
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Hi Chelleah, thanks so much for the quick reply... Thanks for the information really appreciate the help...  We love our dogs they are our children, so glad to here there is no quarantine period.  Hope to be there soon :)
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Hi there everyone.

We are thinking about moving to canada aswell. My Dad owns a small surveying bussiness here in South Africa. We do contract mine surveying for a few mines (currently only 3). I started working for my Dad after my brothers death in 2006. The mining industry in here in South Africa is currently a very dangerous industry to work for and in sep and october '12 loads of ppl (contractors, office workers & security guards) have been killed or seriously injured on the mines. Ok lets put all the negatives aside.

Most our family has died in this past couple years. Me, my Dad nd my 2 young boys are the only ones left aside from 3 other cousins. What is the posibility that we can start the same contracting mine surveying bussiness in canada doing contract work for mines in canada?

I don't know anything about emigrating or how it works and if its possible for me, my dad nd 2 young boys to go to canada together and work in the same situation as we do know.
 
If anyone can give me any advice or forward to someone that can it will be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
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Hi there...Like so many of the previous posters, we are also playing with the idea of moving to Canada.  I admit - we have only been thinking about this for a few weeks, so what I know about Canada is still very limited, so please ignore my ignorance for now :D
 
Hubby and I have both travelled aloth - we actually met in the UK.  Im an accountant (nearly two years post articles) and he is a hospitality (hotel trade) lecturer with 15+ year experience in the hospitality trade.
 
I understand that there is a shortage of accountants in Canada, I dont however know about his.  Regardless, does anyone know what the approx. monthly salary of an accountant in Canada (just an average) and also what the average comfortable household income is.  I have googled both these (google-queen) but it keep on coming up with vastly different figures.
 
Secondly, if anyone could be so kind as to let me know it there is a specific site that one can apply to that advertise for international jobs that I may apply to and get a work permit through whilst still in SA - alternatively what do you suggest?
 
I REALLY appreciate your help
 
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Hi there

I am a 25 year old South-African planning to move to Canada. Thing is I have a Canadian fiancee and we are getting married soon. Was on a work visa for 9months, america/canada, have been doing this for 4years and now I want to settle down. She has a brother and mother who are both well off finiancally. Some friends say its not a good idea to get married with a canadian in SA if I am planning to move to canada, they say I should rather wait and get married in canada to make things easier.

Thing is, marriage is not something either me or my fiancee wants to wait on and I need to know what my chances are and what I need to do to move to canada after I married her in SA.
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Janine

Good day. I found interest in your post with surveying. My condolences for the loss of your family.

I'm getting married in two days and want to start a family soon after, but not in SA. We are looking into going over to canada as well, will start the ball rolling bout february or so.

Im in surveying as well for about 8 years and was wondering if you could keep me up to date with your findings about survey in Canada. I would really appreciate it a lot. Soon after the wedding I will do more homework on the topic and would keep you in the loop as well if you like.

My email ajerasmus@live.co.za

Thank you, good luck with everything and all of the best for you.

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