Immigration Research

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Probably the most important question and possibly the hardest to answer is is this the right thing to do? This, of course, is the question only YOU can answer and it depends a lot on your family. If youre single then there are your parents, siblings, and other close family and friends you may miss who have to be informed. If your married (or separated) with a family then its a totally different scenario. If your kids are old enough to understand then they have to be fully informed and you have to listen to them. Both partners need to be 100% committed to the idea a half hearted attempt or negative attitude will make the transition even harder.

This is a deeply personal subject and we experienced it first hand. Before we had kids we had visited Canada and I wanted to go for it my wife wasnt sure and didnt want to leave her parents. About 3 years later after another visit to a different part of the country everything changed, we had a son and the town that was visited was everything we had dreamed of to raise our kids. The lifestyle available was vastly superior to the way we were living and obtainable by ordinary people. My wife came back to the UK and announced that...

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