thinking about emigrating

#1
what is the story about emigrating?

originally I was thinking about getting sponsored bya Police force but they seem to have stopped this practise now. And getting a permanent residence visa is about as easy as sass selection. So can anyone give me any advice?
 
#7
Although, strangely enough, I am told the Canadiands do have Gnu's, that they call Moose (Not to be confused with a Scottish Mouse which is MUCH smaller and less likely to kill you in a crash)
 
#9
what is the story about emigrating?

originally I was thinking about getting sponsored bya Police force but they seem to have stopped this practise now. And getting a permanent residence visa is about as easy as sass selection. So can anyone give me any advice?

Immigrate to Canada

Start with the above Canadian Gov link .... Do you have something to offer them is your first question to yourself as no doubt they'll be asking you the same question .

What can you do there and where .... I'd suggest your research as much as possible in your chosen field of work and the living standards it could give you .

Make contact with future employers over there.

Make a plan of when it would feel right to make the move and chat with the family about it , if your single well it's more simple obviously .

Lastly search Expat forum for more hints !
 
#10
Misread the post and thought it was about "ejaculating"..........................oysters help!
 
#11
what the **** are you all drinking? haha
im a Jock, wanting to move to Canada
Sorry we took in a jock last week and that's our quota for the decade. Now if you were an unskilled single mother with 10 squalling brats and a drug addicition, or a wanted war criminal....

Seriously PM for details on Ontario I'll see what i can dig up.
 
#12
Lots of useful info on here too

Canada Immigration Forum - Index

Be prepared for it to cost you several thousand pounds and about 2 years to make it happen though
 
#13
what is the story about emigrating?

originally I was thinking about getting sponsored bya Police force but they seem to have stopped this practise now. And getting a permanent residence visa is about as easy as sass selection. So can anyone give me any advice?
A few questions.

A) have you been a police officer before?

B) if you're married, does your spouse have a profession?

C) which province?

D) just policing?

I moved out to Alberta in 2009. PM me if you need anything and I'll give you the warts and all heads up.
 
#15
A few questions.

A) have you been a police officer before?

B) if you're married, does your spouse have a profession?

C) which province?

D) just policing?

I moved out to Alberta in 2009. PM me if you need anything and I'll give you the warts and all heads up.
A) never been an officer before

B) single

C) thinking Alberta or Ontario

D) open to sensible suggestions, I don't have much of an education
 
#16
A) never been an officer before

B) single

C) thinking Alberta or Ontario

D) open to sensible suggestions, I don't have much of an education
Then you might be struggling then. If the police is your preferred occupation then you'll need landed immigrant (permanent resident) status, except for the RCMP as you'll need to be a citizen. Most forces here are no longer actively recruiting experienced police officers so your only hope is to get your PR, then go through the regular recruiting channels.

Do you have a trade?
 
#17
Do YOU play Ice Hockey now then too?
No chance. I'm the worlds most un-coordinated man. Trundling around the rugby pitch is about it as far as team sports go for me mate.

At least that's a summer sport out here ID.
 
#18
Out of interest does it make much of a difference if you're single or married?
 
#20
No chance. I'm the worlds most un-coordinated man. Trundling around the rugby pitch is about it as far as team sports go for me mate.
You want to come back over here & go to Scotland. They could do with some players of your quality :wink:
 

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