I along with my family moved to Canada in 2004, this was the biggest and happiest day of my life. I had great expectations for my future; since living in Pakistan, I understood that Canada was a land of opportunity. Unfortunately, due to the earthquake in Pakistan on October 8th , 2005, we had to move back to Pakistan since we had lost members of our family as well. The move back to Pakistan at that devastating time was very hard for myself and my family. My father enrolled me to a school in Pakistan since we were going to live there now. The school system in Pakistan just did not seem right anymore, I missed my school in Canada which I had attended for just a year. I struggled to live in Pakistan for three years and in 2008, my mother decided …show more content…
My mother could not speak English, therefore I had to enroll my sister to school and various programs offered by the government of Canada. I started working three jobs and went to high school. From being extremely enthusiastic student I became the student who slept in classes due to sleep deprivation. I started failing and at one point I decided to drop out of school and support my family full time. Upon hearing this my ESL teacher was devastated and became my mentor. Eventually, I was able to graduate from high school and enroll at Humber College for Paralegal program. Humber College brought a whole new meaning and purpose in my life, I fell in love with the Canadian legal system. Since I grew up knowing in Pakistan that unless I have money or a strong connection in politics, police officers or any government official are not there to help me, if I ever needed one. Moving to Canada and learning about the Canadian government in high school and enhancing my knowledge about the Canadian laws and regulations at Humber College (Paralegal Program), helped me change my perception about governments and has helped me grow deep love and appreciation for the Canadian legal system. I decided, I wanted to be a part of this legal system which does not discriminate between any socioeconomic status and that, no one is exempt from the …show more content…
I was not able to take two courses at Humber College because my work was in the evening and those courses were only offered in the evening. Without graduating from Humber College, I applied at University of Windsor in Psychology. This program included courses that helped me understand, factors involved in decision making, child and adolescent psychology and behavior, and other factors which contribute to positive and negative rationale in the human mind. What I learned in these courses undoubtedly paved the path of my aspiration to become a criminal lawyer. I have always been curious about why humans—of both the past and the present—have neglected the legal system by making unconstitutional decisions. More importantly, I have had an interest in trying to understand what factors will determine future decision making, and these questions were not only answered through taking various psychology courses but also through innumerable life experiences. While attending University of Windsor, I enrolled at St. Clair College in Windsor Ontario and successfully completed Paralegal program. Even though I am still the guardian for my baby sister’s healthcare and school system, I am graduating from University of
One of the Gateways to this hard life is IMMIGRATION to a new nation which can provide you ample of scopes and ways of growing in your career and standard of life as well. Canada is a Nation which can provide both Successful career and Great lifestyle. But entering into Canadian borders is also not that simple and smooth. But you have now an alternate gate for that which is known as “Saskatchewan”. Migrate to Saskatchewan
Saeed said in the Interview with Muhammad Saeed, “When taking a risk the person should be ready to accept the best and the worst scenario” (Saeed), in my case, I wasn’t ready for the worst scenario when taking the risk to come to Canada. Being only mentally prepared for a straightforward life I was quickly overwhelmed as soon as I joined my first school. I was placed in grade 6, even though I was only in grade 5 in Pakistan. Shortly after I had to do tests and assignments, the teaching style, the method of assessment, and basically everything was different compared to Pakistan. I performed poorly for the first few assessments, I was shocked from this result because I was always a “straight A” student in Pakistan and I wasn’t used to anything lower.
Canada is the land of diversity. There are people from almost country here it is believed that about one in five women and girls who live in Canada were born in another country. There are a lot of women that migrate to Canada every year. “Immigrant women are often uprooted from their native countries against their will and come to find themselves trapped in abusive relationships without any means of emotional, financial or legal support”. “These women usually have no one to turn to for support other than the aggressor and/or his family.
As aging young adults we start to daydream about moving out of our parents’ house. We want our own place with complete freedom and not having to hear the phrase “My house, my rules” to our faces ever again. Moving out is a big part of a young adult’s life, but moving to a completely different country is scarier than just moving across the city. The worries of being far away from loved ones and struggling to find a job can become daunting. Our northern neighbor, Canada, seems like the best place to choose since it is within the same continent, but still contains foreign influences.
Each year, thousands of people from all over the world choose to immigrate to Canada in search of better opportunities and a higher standard of living. The decision to immigrate to Canada involves various factors such as economic stability, social welfare, cultural diversity, and political engagement opportunities. The Canadian provinces play a crucial role in shaping the political landscape of the country, and their policies and values vary considerably. Despite the homogenizing forces of modernization and globalization, the provinces in Canada have become increasingly important players in shaping political decisions and policy outcomes. This trend is due to several factors, including the evolution of Canada's federal system towards a more
The education received was never intended to be on par with the mainstream, and therefore, countless survivors haven’t been able to gain decent employment or take their rightful place in Canadian
Benefits of Canada immigration Canada has always remained the preferred destination for immigrant, Canada tops the list of immigrant destination. There are so many benefits for migrating to Canada, which is one of the reasons Canada tops the lists of preferred immigration destination. Canada is called "immigrant paradise" because it 's a young country, mostly everyone was an immigrant at certain point of time in his or her life, as a result of this they welcome newly landed immigrant with opened arms, Canada is renowned for its hospitality. There are so many benefits an immigrant enjoys in Canada, which will be listed below; Safety Safety is one of the benefits of Canada immigration, the country is safe and secure, the state government ensures high degree of safety for people living in canada. They Offers permanent residence visa programs for everybody
To provide Daniel with the best advice regarding his career a few background questions are incumbent in providing him with more substantive information regarding the legal education and legal profession. First, it is important to ask Daniel why he wants to go to law school because it will show us what kind of law he is interested in and for what reasons (SOC216, February 28th). For example, public or private law, common or civil law and by asking these general questions it will allow us to fill gaps in showing him school options as each school is generally known for certain types of law (SOC216, February 28th). Second, asking Daniel if tuition is a concern for him allows us to know not only family dynamic but also enables us to provide the best advice on school selection as costs ranges drastically (SOC216, February 28th). Third, what kind of job setting does Daniel hope to work in the future and how important are earnings, this is necessary because it will allow us to provide greater information on larger or small firms
I have made new friendship with those who came from throughout the world and learned about their diverse cultures after I have lived in Canada. Ramadan, for example, I never knew what Ramadan was and what people prepared in the period. However, I have known that Ramadan is holy days for people having Islam and they should endure eating and drinking until the end of Ramadan. Coming to Canada produces that I understand foreign cultures. Finally, I believe that these experiences in Canada can be positive effect for working in my future.
Kate travels has been providing Immigration services since 1985 and has provided counseling to thousands of Pakistani’s who wish to immigrate to Canada. We believe that Canada is the best settlement option for those who wish to travel abroad. We are approved service providers for Aero Immigration Services International, Toronto, Canada in Pakistan and our firm is managed through professional immigration consultancy which is the member of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and thoroughly recognized by the Government of Canada. Canada has been undertaking migrants from all over the world including Pakistan. A large number of Pakistani nationals immigrate to Canada every year with Skilled Workers permits, Canadian Business
Thank you for contacting me and requesting a written explanation of the reasons why I decided to change my program of studies in USA to program of studies in Canada. I believe transferring to a Canadian institution is the right decision for the following reasons. I want to be proud of the school I decide to attend. University of Alberta is a well-known and respected school that ranks on Canada’s top five best universities and is among the world’s best.
Canada offers education from the age of four to adult. Anyone can be in the education system; nobody is restricted from attending school. In many other countries certain genders are not allowed to attend school, or the education quality is poor. Because Canadian education is easily accessible, good quality, and mostly free, many immigrants would want to choose Canada as a place to study. After secondary education, Canada offers a wide variety of colleges and universities to go to.
Besides having to sacrifice many things to get to live in a place like Canada, like leaving your family and your whole Career behind, there were many other things that is still expected from you. Al-Tahawy’s novel proves to me that to live in a foreign country, a lot is expected from you to learn and do in order to survive and thrive in it. We are expected to pick up the language, to learn the acceptable mannerisms and behavior, and try to fit in
Study in Canada Canada is part of determinant that is nation prosperity and environment. But the most important thing is Canadian people, there people are known for enormous human values, compassion, integrity, and opportunity for all Students who like to study in Canada because over there great opportunities to bright future for them. Students can get more and more great opportunities in Canada. Study in Canada is one of the hugely popular choices of students. There have more than 200 universities and colleges.