We (Husband and I) recently went to Canada in August 2019 on tourist visa for a month Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Prince Edward Island) and loved it!. I started to think about immigration to Canada, however, my husband is not very supportive. He is just doing it as I am saying it. We recently got ITA and then I saw the reluctance from him. Although I pushed him to submit all documents, but am I correct in making him do this? I am 29 years old and my husband is 32 years old. We have 4 year old son. My husband makes in hand salary of INR 210,000 (CAD 4,000 after all tax and PF deductions) per month in Delhi NCR (private company in Gurgaon). His annual CTC goes above 35 Lacs (CAD 70,000). I make INR 75,000 (CAD 1,500 per month) and multiple perks comes with government job in government school in Delhi. I am on contract which is renewed on yearly basis. We have one home and we do save a lot as my husband parents are also earning. We also have one home in Delhi (we both bought on loan and its on rent). We are really comfortable. We all live in parental house in Gurgaon. I discussed with my husband parents and they seem to be fine with us moving to Canada, however, its my husband who is not all interested and shruggs the topic every time. My father in law is very supportive and encourages my husband to move to US/Canada. He was pushing him for MBA when he was 30 years old, but he didn't pursue. I am all in for quality of living in Canada and developed countries. Recently Delhi NCR Air was so bad, that we were going out only with masks. Anyhow, we have talked on Europe, Australia and Canada and seems like Canada is easiest to migrate. Still my husband is very much reluctant. I believe his reluctance comes from Loan we have, parents and then he is like very comfortable with his job here and then we do travel 1-2 times for holidays abroad and in India. He is not willing to quit this comfort at 32. He is very risk averse type of person. I gave him solutions to all problems 1. Rent could be used to pay the EMI as we get very good rent 2. We have talked on with parents and we could move them to Canada as well 3. We could try jobs from India and some of his friends have told, he could get transfer easily from Deloitte/KPMG/EY/PwC. Now after convincing him I read all the stuff: like Canadian work ex, qualifications required for regulated jobs like for teachers and chartered financial analysts, job hunt and even now I am feeling bit anxious myself. I know its early! Dont know if this is right decision. I am doing all the research as my husband isn't even is willing to go in that direction.