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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
- Brexit: Do You Want to Move to Canada From the UK?
- Do You Want To Be An American Expat in Canada?
- Cultural Immigration to Canada for Self-Employed Artists and Actors
- Investor Path to Becoming a Canadian Expat
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.