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Has anyone tried? Currently a US citizen but I can't stand this country anymore.
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LOL. We can always use you out in Alberta to work the rigs.
its quite a bit harder than going from Canada to US. The gist of getting into canada is if you can do a job or possess a skill that a canadian doesnt, they will let you in. the idea is to make sure 'real' canadians have jobs and immigrents dont take them away. I am sure they have a quota of 'whatever' visas they will take, but its not quite as easy as the US!
Unless you just sneak in as an illegal (plenty of U.S. citizens do), to do it formally and legally as a skilled professional immigrant you will need an employer to sponsor you and meet specific educational and skill set qualifcations, and also demonstrate financial support (savings etc) so you won't be a burden on the Canadian state.
Applying for a Canadian citizenship is harder than most think. You have to take a written test to see if your ideals are compatible with the people living there.