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Subject: Immigration destination for me and my family
  Hi folks,

I need your advice on deciding the immigration destination for me and my family. I am 29 years old; married; no children; originally from India and work as a financial analyst in US. I like US and I am trying for my permanent residence in US, how ever the process is very long (6-7 years). In order to make sure that I do not put all my eggs in one basket, I would like to get a residency in another country/ economy that has huge growth opportunities.

I am eligible for Australia, Canada and New Zealand based upon their point criteria. Which place do you recommend?

Regards,
ps

[25-12-2005,16:58]
[**.6.209.199]
ps
(in reply to: Immigration destination for me and my family)
go somewhere that you will want to stay and build a life.

any of these countries would be a great place to live and raise a family.

[25-12-2005,18:18]
[***.20.170.23]
Sharon
(in reply to: Immigration destination for me and my family)
Thanks Sharon. Do you think Canada provides a good environment for seniors? My parents are in their early 60?s. I would like them to be with me after 5 - 10 years from now ... Is the weather too cold for elderly people?
[25-12-2005,18:43]
[**.6.209.199]
ps
(in reply to: Immigration destination for me and my family)
if you have grown up here... Canadian weather is never a problem. I am sure it takes a few winters for a ´tropical´ person to get use to the cold - or in my case, rain.

Seniors are well respected and get a lot of support from the community and government. I do not suppose your parents would be entitled to any pensions, but the would indeed get full access to health care.

But quality of life is sometimes beyond these issues. Removing a parent from a culture, friends, community can be very traumatic. Depending on where they live, I sometimes think financially supporting them in their existing circumstances and making frequent trips home to be with them can be a healthier solution.

That said, the parental sponsorship program is swamped with applications. The waits seem to be increasing and the government seems to be reducing the number of parents that are annually admitted into the country. This reality may influence your choice of home.

[25-12-2005,19:06]
[***.20.170.23]
Sharon
(in reply to: Immigration destination for me and my family)

Shron, most goverments are clamping down in chain immigrations. mainkly because, parents etc don´t bring skills or put money into the economy. And they are a burden on the healthcare system.

[26-12-2005,01:42]
[**.2.21.147]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Immigration destination for me and my family)
you are probably right but if I would have suggested it, I would have been yelled at for a week. :)
[27-12-2005,01:39]
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Sharon
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