(403) 452-9515

Ackah Law

Search Ackah Law...

Contact us

Contact Information

1 (403) 452-9515

1 (800) 932-1190

Book a Consultation

More Options...

Episode 11: Can You #Megxit to Canada? How Brits and Americans Can Move to Canada

Podcast posted on by Evelyn Ackah in How To Move To Canada

Episode 11: Can You #Megxit to Canada? How Brits and Americans Can Move to Canada

Listen on Apple Podcasts

Listen on Google Podcasts

Also available on these podcast players:

Also available on Tune In, Spotify and Stitcher

Right now there's a very active hashtag going around called #Megxit. It relates to Meghan Markel and Prince Harry and their rumored move to Canada and departure from the royal family. I've given some interviews about #Megxit and spoken about it quite frequently.

What's realistic? You don't have to be a prince or princess to come to Canada. There are lots of ways to move to Canada if you're a British citizen. If you're concerned about what is happening with Brexit and some of the instability that may arise as a result of the transition. People are looking to Canada for stable economic investment opportunities and future growth for their families and their businesses due to Brexit.

We will also be talking about Americans and some of their opportunities to move to Canada. Some Americans are considering becoming expats in Canada as the elections get more heated in the United States, and want to move their families and businesses to a country where they can grow their business.

Some of the ways Americans and UK residents can move to Canada that we'll talk about include:

  • IEC: International Experience Class for people who have finished University and so are looking for that first career job or they want to have international work experience
  • CETA Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement that Canada has with Europe o facilitate entry for business professionals
  • Intercompany transfers
  • LMIA Labour Market Impact Assessment work permits and exemptions
  • Global Talent Stream
  • Tech immigrants and programs
  • Express Entry
  • Entrepreneur and business immigration
  • Temporary Work Permits
  • Permanent Residence
  • Self-employed expats

Read More:

Our goal at Ackah Business Immigration Law is to help you cross borders seamlessly and to make it smooth as possible for you to be as successful as possible. You need to have information first before you can make decisions. Contact us today at (403) 452-9515 Ext. 100 or 1-800-932-1190 or email us directly.


Evelyn Ackah

Founder/Managing Lawyer

Ms. Ackah is passionate about immigration law because it focuses on people and relationships, which are at the core of her personal values. Starting her legal career as a corporate/commercial ...

More About Evelyn Ackah

How Tech Immigration Is Helping Canada During the Global Slowdown

During the pre-COVID global slowdown, Canada's immigration policies helped strengthen the countries economy. Canada has put into place programs to increase economic immigration ...

Read More

H-1B Visa Denied? Try Nearshoring to Canada!

Fewer skilled foreign workers are able to get an H-1B visa, and businesses are looking for alternatives. A new H-1B process went into effect in 2020, including an additional USCIS ...

Read More

Indian Tech Workers Targeting Canada Tech Employers

Tightening United States immigration regulations are making Canada the first-choice destination for highly skilled and educated Indian technology workers. 85,000 Indian immigrants ...

Read More

New US Immigration Policies Benefit Canadian Employers

Two recent changes in United States immigration policies potentially benefit Canadian employers as the may convince even more foreign professionals to set their immigration hopes ...

Read More

Canada Is Winning the Global War for High-Tech Workers

Canada is winning the global war for tech workers, says National Public Radio (NPR), the United States' premier public radio channel: The tech industry across Canada is booming. ...

Read More

Financial Times Interviews Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah on #Megxit: How will Canada's Point-Based Immigration System Impact Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

Canada immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah spoke to the Financial Times about #Megxit and how Canada's point-based immigration system impacts Prince Harry and Meghan Markle:“Were ...

Read More

Thanks, Evelyn and thanks to your team for all efforts in the face of persistent clients. We have a winner.

- Greg, on Svetlana's Citizenship Application

View All Testimonials