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  • Canada Among World’s Top Countries for Immigrants

    Canada has been named as the 2nd best place in the world for immigrants to live, according to a recent survey conducted in 80 countries around the globe.

     

    US News and World Report published its list of the Best Countries for Immigrants in July 2017 and rated Canada in 2nd place following Sweden which came in 1st place.

     

    By comparison, Switzerland was the 3rd best country for immigrants to live in 2017, Australia was ranked #4, Germany took the 5th spot, Norway came in 6th place, the USA was rated #7, The Netherlands was #8, Finland was ranked #9, and Denmark rounded out the top 10 countries for immigrants in 10th place.   

     

    Approximately 21,000 people participated in this global survey which examined each country’s immigration policy, economic stability, labor market, inequality, and to what extent people would like to live in each country.

     

    Canada not only came out ahead of the other 78 countries evaluated as a great place for immigrants to live, but the survey found that people who live in Canada enjoy the highest quality of life on Earth.

     

    With its immigrant-friendly, multicultural society, strong economy and high standard of living, it is easy to understand why Canada is the #2 top country in the world for immigrants to live in 2017.

     

    In addition to having the 10th largest economy in the world, Canada now leads the G-7 countries in economic growth, according to a report released by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in July 2017, which also helps to make Canada a prime immigration destination for job-seekers around the globe.

     

    Furthermore, Canadian immigration policy has set a goal to have over 300,000 people from across the planet move to Canada each year.

     

    This goal was met successfully in 2016 and it is expected that more than 300,000 immigrants will move to Canada in 2017 as well.

     

    Most of the 300,000 people approved for Canadian immigration each year are skilled foreign workers and their family members who move to Canada for better job opportunities, excellent educational options, freedom, safety, and the chance to become Canadian citizens, among other reasons. 

     

    If you want to live and Canada and would like to receive a Canadian immigration assessment, click here!

     

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