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Old 04-28-2013, 07:53 PM
 
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I would love to move to Canada, specifically Toronto after college. I currently live in the US and study aerospace engineering. I will be 36 when i graduate and would like some advice on how to gain citizenship and employment. I have an aunt in Calgary and speak English, and am learning French. Will my age, relative, education, and language be enough to get in? I have several years experience in kitchens but unsure if i can use that as i plan on changing fields. Also if any of you work in the aerospace field hopefully you may know what kind of companies may other employment to Americans right after college. Thank you for your time.

Josh
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Old 04-28-2013, 08:53 PM
 
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Bring CASH..it's bloody expensive up here. And no, contrary to popular belief the so call "free" healthcare doesn't make up for the high cost of living.
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Old 04-29-2013, 07:49 AM
 
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I would love to move to Canada, specifically Toronto after college. I currently live in the US and study aerospace engineering. I will be 36 when i graduate and would like some advice on how to gain citizenship and employment. I have an aunt in Calgary and speak English, and am learning French. Will my age, relative, education, and language be enough to get in? I have several years experience in kitchens but unsure if i can use that as i plan on changing fields. Also if any of you work in the aerospace field hopefully you may know what kind of companies may other employment to Americans right after college. Thank you for your time.

Josh
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