I am researching what the best way to go about moving, working, and becoming a permanent resident in Canada. So much of it seams to be pretty complicated with many different ways from skilled worker to sponsorship, etc. I am hoping to find someone who is familiar with immigration to Canada that can make any helpful suggestions or tips.
A little bit about us....
We have been living in Colorado for the past year and a half and before that we were in Texas. We had to leave Texas because we couldn't take the hot weather. And to be honest Denver, CO is not cold enough either.
My husband (34 years old) would not be seeking work in Canada he is a writer and our daughters primary care giver. Although he dose bring in almost half of our current income it is not enough for us to live on.
Me (30 year old) I would be the one looking for work in Canada. I have many years in management experience. Currently I am the live on site manager for a storage facility here in Colorado and I have been doing this for almost 4 years now. Prior to this I was an assistant manager at a pet store (3 years) and I also have experience as a shift manager in a restaurant (2 years) but was in various positions at the same restaurant for 3 years before working as a shift manager. Ideally I would be looking for work in the same field as I am in now working at a storage facility or possibly in a hotel or apartment management or assistant manager role.
Our daughter is four years old and currently in pre school.
We are open as to where we move to in Canada and we have researched many places. So far we think Edmonton would be an excellent fit for us but are open for suggestions as well. Unfortunately we don't speak French so Quebec may not be the best fit for us.
Any help or suggestions are very appreciated!