Road to Canada

Matt | Permanent Resident Process to Canada | Thursday, February 25th, 2010

During the past two months, my wife and I have been spending a lot of hours working on our permanent resident package. To be honest I think she’s been doing a lot more of the work than I have so far. She’s found many online websites in China to help provide some resources on where to go for help and what to do. Unfortunately for me, and you, they are all in Chinese so I won’t share them here. But I have been fortunate enough to have found a couple great sites to help you. So I’ll share them below.

To start is the government of Canada website.  The first is from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

This site provides all the necessary forms and information.  To be honest, when I first went on I thought the whole process was overwhelming.  But the more often I went on the site and especially after printing off all the forms and going through them, I now feel a lot better.  I guess it’s the same with anything, the more familiar you are with it the more comfortable you become.

My wife and I have decided to try and do this ourselves to start and this site does a good job of laying out the process and the steps that need to be taken.  Also, I really like the checklists included in the packages to confirm all the steps that are needed.

The second site I’d like to share with you is the same as the title of this post, RoadtoCanada.com. The community forums on this page are outstanding.  There is so much information here it is a gold mine.  It’s great to read about the success stories from people who have done what we want to do.

If any of you are going through the same process as we are I wish you the best of luck and I hope these sites can help you in your future adventure.

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