My girlfriend and I are in a somewhat long distance relationship, only a 2 hour drive, but what makes it more difficult is that I live in Canadan and her in the US. Well anyway I'll get to the point... In june she will be graduating and we want to move in together in Canada and we are clueless on the process of going about this.. her moving to Canada. We know that if we got married it would simplify the process but we are not quite ready for that. We want to live together for a while and see how things go before we get married, even though I've already proposed and got a YES! I love her so much! Another thing, we're both gonna be 18 in May, yes we're kinda young to think about marrage but you have to understand that we both come from very mature backgrounds for reasons untold in this tale... hee hee . Anyway, if anyone has ever gone through this or anyone who knows ANYTHING about it, please let me know!!!
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my boyfriend was from Quebec and I am from Massachusetts. He dumped me after 2 years so I wouldnt know, but Im glad you too worked it all out Good luck hun!!
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I wouldn't be able to tell you how it works because I'm born here (Canada) and my parents went through the process about 15 years ago and I guess it changed a lot.
But yeah, Canada is one of the most open coutries to accept immigrants, specially if she works or studies in a techonological or medical field. (I believe it helps because there's a lack of 'em in here)
So I can only wish you good luck now ! David
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