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Old 06-25-2015, 09:10 PM
 
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Awaitingmyescape, the following quoted poster was right about one thing. You can't move to Canada just because you want to, no matter who you are, where you presently live or even if you're incredibly rich. You will have to find out if you meet all the requirements to qualify to live in Canada, and then make your application to the Canadian government. You can find out here if you and your family would qualify to move to Canada: Citizenship and Immigration Canada



The OP has declined to say what their country or citizenship is so it's probably not a good idea for you to jump to conclusions about their nationality. Unless of course the OP is another one of your sock puppets (you have already identified yourself as an SP), in which case that's not a good idea either. Technically, because of your comments, you have just caused trouble for the OP and forced the OP to identify theirself and prove that s/he is not one of your sock puppets if the OP wants to alleviate suspicion and continue as a member above reproach.

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I'm not worried about money I just want to find the right town to go visit to see if I like it. My lawyers will handle the paperwork so I'm not concerned about that part.
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Old 06-25-2015, 10:30 PM
 
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I'm not worried about money I just want to find the right town to go visit to see if I like it. My lawyers will handle the paperwork so I'm not concerned about that part.
While you can pay immigration lawyers lots of money they can only advise and guide they cant immigrate for you.
As for opinions on Location? start with Victoria BC area =
http://www.hellobc.com/victoria.aspx...discovermore_x
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Old 06-26-2015, 12:09 AM
 
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I'm looking at a small to medium sized town. Price and shopping is not very important to me but friendliness, outdoor activities, and "good vibes" are. I have children so good schools and good kids would also be important. I'm sorry if this is vague but I want good towns that I can start researching. Thank you in advance!!
What do you have to offer?

You might be happier staying where you are.
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Old 06-26-2015, 12:10 AM
 
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Are you a realtor snooping ... like a creepy crawler?
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Old 06-26-2015, 12:57 AM
 
Location: Alberta, Canada
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I'm not worried about money I just want to find the right town to go visit to see if I like it. My lawyers will handle the paperwork so I'm not concerned about that part.
Well, a visit is a visit, and that's fine. Happens every day.

I'm concerned about "the lawyers handling the paperwork." Which lawyers? Where are they licensed?

Your American lawyers cannot facilitate things for you, as this is a matter of Canadian law, and American lawyers are not (with very few exceptions) licensed to practice in Canada. So my question stands: which lawyers? American ones or Canadian ones?
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Old 06-26-2015, 06:05 AM
 
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Well, a visit is a visit, and that's fine. Happens every day.

I'm concerned about "the lawyers handling the paperwork." Which lawyers? Where are they licensed?

Your American lawyers cannot facilitate things for you, as this is a matter of Canadian law, and American lawyers are not (with very few exceptions) licensed to practice in Canada. So my question stands: which lawyers? American ones or Canadian ones?
Let him find out the hard way that after paying lawyers lots of money that he will still have to go through the immigration process.
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