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    From U.S. to Canada

    Hello fellow Jubbers. For those of you who have gotten a permanent residence in another country, I would like your input please.

    I'm in my junior year of college right now and plan on applying to medical school over the summer. The top medical schools I plan on applying to are in Canada (McGill, Dalhouse, UoT) cause I would -really- like to live in Canada. I just realized last night that if I plan on going to a Canadian medical school, I should probably apply for a student visa or permanent residence soon. I would really like to live in Canada after medical school, hence the permanent residency. I was wondering if any of you guys knew about when I should start applying for a student visa or a permanent residence visa. I posted this question in a pre-med forum too, incase anyone was wondering.

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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    Worry about the permanent immigration part later, a big 'bump' on an application for Canadian citizenship is having a standing job offer from a Canadian employer, and as a doctor, you won't have any trouble getting that as you get closer to finishing med school. That's of course assuming you don't meet someone special willing to sponsor you by then, which would be an even bigger bump.

    So just focus on getting the student visa.

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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    Contact the universities in Canada (Admission office) that you want to apply to. They'll tell you.

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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Worry about the permanent immigration part later, a big 'bump' on an application for Canadian citizenship is having a standing job offer from a Canadian employer, and as a doctor, you won't have any trouble getting that as you get closer to finishing med school. That's of course assuming you don't meet someone special willing to sponsor you by then, which would be an even bigger bump.

    So just focus on getting the student visa.
    That is a good idea. I only thought about the permanent visa because I heard that getting residency in Canada is very difficult because they want to give Canadians an opportunity first and they think that most Americans that apply to Canadians school only do it because it is cheap and move back to the U.S. for residency. I will keep your thought in my mind, thank you.

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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    This is where to get information on student visas and studying in Canada, it is also where you can apply online for permission to study in Canada http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...ns/student.asp

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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    Given that you're still working towards your medical degree and have no professional work experience yet, your chances of getting a pemanent resident visa if you apply now would be quite low (unless your parents or one of them has a Canadian citizenship). The fastest way to immigrate to Canada is by having a degree and experience in high demand professions, so when you get your medical degree that puts in the 'in demand' category esp if you choose to practice in areas where there there is shortage of medical doctors (a la 'Northern Exposure' the TV series). You may apply for a student visa now - but bear in mind international students in Canada are charged nearly twice as much (or maybe even more) in student fees as the Canucks. But in your case, that's worth the investment given that you will likely be granted permanent residency when you apply for one after finishing your medical school (provided you don't commit a felony) and start a good paying job as a doctor. Go for UofT! Good luck!

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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    Thats kind of interesting that you want to move to Canada to practice medicine over there. Its usually the other way around.

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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    I heard that as a US citizen you're still liable to be taxed by the US government, no matter what country you decide to reside in, or if you decide to adopt a new nationality. Is this still true?


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    Re: From U.S. to Canada

    Star-Warrior. ... The truth is you still have to file taxes to the IRS but if you are already getting taxed in the country you reside in you don't have to pay taxes to the U.S. unless you make over a certain amount.

    I went with a work visa and then became a permanent resident through my BF because we were eligible for Common-law sponsorship. As an American citizen living so close to a processing center it surprisingly only took less than 3 months to become a Permanent Resident. You only have to prove a year of documented co-habitation to qualify as common-law thankfully we had close to 3 years worth. The good news is that after 3 years as a permanent resident you are eligible for citizenship. My 3 years comes to a close this Nov. I am super excited.

    P.S. Moving up here was the absolute best decision I have ever made. I have never been happier in my life than since I made that journey across the border.
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