No, the easiest and safest legal path to proper citizenship in Canada is still as a student.
Be top grade student in STEM and near graduation, guarantee yourself a job in some corporation, they'll do everything for you and the government usually expects it so it's a super smooth and light process.
But you have to study the whole career, not just masters.
Apply for a student visa, an English course maybe, it will last 1 year, meanwhile you can work 20hs a week legally and when u finish the course you will be granted with a work permit visa for a year at the very least. Then it will up to you if your employer extend your visa
my father came here because he got hired by an american company. it was very lucky of him because he had learned english before and if he hadnt have then everything may have been different. depending on your line of work you could be able to come by getting hired by an american company?
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It's not ?
I have Polish dudes working with me.
Many things are same price range (it's still Europe).
Electronics for example are still the same price range.
Even a 2 liter coca cola is 6 zloty which is still around 1,5€. In belgium it's like 2,5€ or something like that.
Where did i ever talked smack about the usa?
I said average ppl only make 300-400€ in Poland.
I went to Florida, Miami, Disney world etc and I had a blast every time.
Next holiday I'll visit Las Vegas and might even do my bachelor party there.
Look at this chart. I would take 25 place lower spending power over the muslims and leftists any day. Poland is so clean and safe compared to shithole belgium and i have been to both so i can say this from experience
I agree on the Belgium is shithole part.
Especially big cities in Flanders or Wallonia and Brussels as a hole.
Thank god I live in a small city in Limburg where there aren't any muslims.
But earning 400 euro monthly would drive me crazy I think.
why would you willingly lower you standard of living? increase your chance of getting murdered/robbed? increase your yearly living costs?
if you want to leave europe, go to canada, australia, or new zealand
Well that is actually better than to live in a country with a homicide rate equal to a third world country with the biggest imprisonment rate in the world. Enjoy paying for your internet with data cap lmao
What you describe is every liberal state in the US. Chicago, New York City, LA, all democrat run cities. I recommend actually coming to the US and taking a wide look. And I guarantee my internet is faster than yours dumb finn
Americas homicide rAte is nowhere near the homicide rate of a third world country And numerous states in the US have a longer life expectancy and lower homicide rates that most countries in Europe
Unlimited data is something that is literally everywhere I really don't understand what point your making
Again, divide your country up so you can argue, is your entire country not worth to talk about? Only parts of it?
At least some years ago there was memes about how usa mobile and fiber had data caps and where ridiculous costly, I paid 20dollars for unlimited everything even back then, I even checked t-mobile and they at least still seem to have data caps on some of their deals, and verizon cheapest unlimited everything is 70dollars plus fees so
it's almost like you can choose where you live in a country
saying "your quality of life will go down" isn't true if you move to somewhere good
I don't know if you understand this but a country isn't a homogenous mass where everyone makes the same amount of money and has the same quality of life
this is a nuanced conversation because this person is actually moving there not just saying the average city in poland is better than the average city in US
You pay more in insurance for worse service than I pay in tax for some of the best in the world.
Your average living standard is comparable to North Africa and Uruguay.
Please can you deluded burgers stop talking about things that you do not understand.
Your using numbeo? You do realize that the way they complete their rankings is through surveys which is incredibly misleading, Infact there is a infamous statistic that they did a while ago where they sad stølckholm was the murder capital of Europe which is not true at all
Anyways ill use a far better statistic to prove my point
"You pay more in insurance for worse service than I pay in tax for some of the best in the world."
Absolutely not, a decent service pack for healthcare in most states will cost you less than 300$ as a young healthy male , regardless of what you earn.
You're mad delusional and ignorant lol.
well if you lived where i do you wouldnt wear a mask either because it makes 0 sense and difference
if i ever visit a civilized country before this bullshit ends then ofc i will do it but for now theres no point
nah ofc i overexagerrated a bit, theyre not shitty and qs rankings dont mean everything but studying in msu for free seems like a better deal that doing the same in similar rated usa unis that start from like 30k for non residents
both my parents won the green card lottery back in the 90s lmao they moved their originally in 86 didn't know each other at the time but met like 8-9 years later 1986 the year they both emigrated to the US over 40,000 people in Ireland emigrated that year to various countries
i can only laugh at people liek you that think that usa is like in the movies lmaoo, even if u make it there u will fail because you literally need to pay so much for everything and i doubt ure a fucking scientist or a doctor so...
My parents were extremely poor when I was born so we didn’t have a house, my grandparents offered a trailer for us until I was two. Then my mom eventually became a butcher and we were able to get a house but we still lived comfortably because of multiple state aid programs. So while it may be expensive to live in NYC, Chicago, LA, etc. It’s not very expensive at all for the majority of the country. As long as you’re willing to work 40 hours a week then you can definitely afford a decent house/apartment, car, food, insurance, etc.
Yeah, cause US is the only country where "you literally need to pay so much for everything".
Let's compare average American and average Pole, both working for a minimum wage in their country. Whose quality of life, you think, is better?
And it's not just about money, there's plenty of reasons why I think USA > Poland
Probably easier for you to get into Australia once COVID is done bro
Cooks + Farm workers = EZ Visa bro
Farm work is just easy picking fruit off tree for 50k a year or you can do temporary fruit picking jobs for like $15 an hour
Cooks are in demand too (before covid) i have a lot of friends from indonesia come here and work as cooks for $20-$30 an hour now and are getting resident visas soon.
I get it that you're young and you're just taking a shot, but why??? Why would you want to go through the trouble of going to U.S??? it's a horrible country filled with horrible people, in my opinion, given the fact that you can freely reside in Latin Europe or Switzerland , i don't think the higher living standars and wages justify the move.
Dude just learn French and move to Belgique or Switzerland, or Italian and move to Switzerland or Italia.
Chances are that if you're going to U.S , you'll be going to some shithole leftist city in some leftist state where you'd get taxed pretty much the same as Europe but without any of the statist benefits and you definitely wont be allowed to arm yourself, at that point the only win U.S has over Europe is free speech, and i doubt this is the driving factor for you wanting to go there.
Poles move to a lot of countries, including mine lol.
They like Germany, England and France a lot, and also USA.
Canada, UK, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Ukraine, Lithuania, Australia, Russia, Italy and Belarus are also VERY popular.
ok cool you wanna get out of Poland so why don't you use your European Union passport and head west to the best countries in the world? You can move to: Ireland/Germany/Netherlands//Norway/Switzerland or even the UK (you can still move here till the end of the year)
In case you didn't know, you're allowed to move to all the countries I've mentioned even tomorrow
It's typical for polish people to complain about their country but 99% of them aren't even willing to move out lol
obviously Europe is boring if you live in Poland. As a Londoner I can say it's probably the best and the most liveable city in the whole world, and I've been to places like Miami and NYC. I'm truly thankful for having intelligent parents who decided to leave Poland
Norway isn't part of the EEA, it's a bit harder to move there. Also, Ireland? Are you joking? Maybe if you enjoy rain 24/7 and the prospect of being stabbed by chavs on welfare. Same could be said for UK. but at least your rent will be 2x cheaper, unless you choose to live in London.
Norway is part of the EEA and EU citizens can easily move there, stop spreading misinformation. Also, 2x cheaper rent in the UK than in Ireland? Maybe in northern Scotland. Stop talking about things you've got no idea about, please. I've been living here for some time and I've never been stabbed by chavs on welfare, no need to worry about it unless you live in a dodgy area. Same could be said for US and guns which is way worse, I don't really get your point
Sorry, Norway is part of EEA but not the EU. You must be employed to stay there for a longer time. The rent is almost 2x cheaper in the UK than Ireland unless you compare major cities, which no sane person would want to live in anyway. I'd know because I live in the UK and have been exploring other options.
>Same could be said for US and guns which is way worse
The mayor of London literally considered banning fucking kitchen knives because of how many stabbings there are.
USA has 50 states, most of which are the same size as an EU country, yet you lump the whole thing into one. California, New York etc. are shit holes in my opinion, but there are plenty of states I'd rather be than the UK.