As often highlighted, the decision to relocate to a foreign country is not one to be taken lightly. There are far-reaching implications that must be taken into serious consideration before such a major decision is made.
You might have been told that when you relocate abroad, all your challenges will suddenly be over, whether it’s economic, political, social, or otherwise. But nothing could be further from the truth!
Granted, some countries are relatively stable politically, socially, economically, and otherwise. However, there is no country on the planet that is devoid of challenges, whatever those challenges might be.
Therefore, if you’re planning to relocate abroad, it’s absolutely important to first consider the far-reaching implications (breadth and depth) of such a decision.
In particular, you should not relocate to Canada if any of the following applies to you:
- You are used to getting away with crime
- You believe that money grows on trees abroad
- You don’t believe in the rule of law
- You are a racist or have similar tendencies
- You are abusive and/or violent
- You are lazy and don’t intend to work hard for success
- You do not believe in freedom (of speech, religion, etc.)
- You expect to see a perfect society devoid of challenges
- You do not believe in gender equality
- You are a terrorist or sympathetic to terrorist groups
Simply put, it’s in your best interest to PERISH the plan to immigrate abroad until you address any of these or related concerns that might be potentially detrimental to you.
You’re probably better off remaining in your home country. In the end, remember, there’s no place like home!
But if the highlighted issues do not apply to you, then you can rest assured that the Government of Canada, and indeed Canadians, welcome you with love and open arms.