Be careful with that... If you are planning to get an ITA while you are studying in quebec, I think that there is a possibility that they will reject your application because you will have to show intention of living in any other province except quebec once you get your pr... But, how can you show that if you are currently studying in quebec?Hi all, I am well short of the 470s because of my age and had started learning French. Given the proposed changes in FSW and draws not happening, I am also exploring a Canadian degree and have identified an university in Quebec. While I am optimistic about cracking TCF soon, I am also planning to apply for the study program beginning 2022 in case the french route takes time. My question to you all is let's say I am able to start my course on campus in Quebec and shortly after, also get drawn under FSW, would it be a problem to submit my EE application while studying in Quebec? I would prefer to opt for federal immigration given the long drawn process in Quebec and I am happy to settle elsewhere in Canada if I get drawn under FSW. I have shortlisted the program in Quebec because cost is a consideration.
Thanks in advance for your pointers
I might be wrong of course, I'm no expert.
Well I lived in Montreal for a few months, and I actually ran into a pureblood Montreal citizen who didn't like my idea of moving to Canada because she said that I was stealing a job that a Canadian could take. You will always be able to find somebody that doesn't like you, It doesn't matter which country you move in, or even if you are in your own country, you will never be able to be pleasant to everybody.Imagine landing in Canada and dealing with this especially when looking for a job, I would just book one way ticket back to India and leave. I just hope regular regular Canadian people don't think this way.
This point has been brought up here too many times already and I am starting to feel this could be a real problem to deal with after landing there.