Becoming a Canadian citizen comes with benefits that are not available to Permanent Residents, such as: access to restricted jobs; the right to vote and run for political office; and the ability to travel with a Canadian passport. Canadian citizens also have the security of holding a status that is not easy to lose or relinquish.
Canadian permanent residents can live, work and study in any one of the ten provinces or three territories within Canada. You have the right to a free education up to the age of 18 in the Canadian public school system. Medical care is free, and it covers almost everything.
Canadian working conditions are in high standard and remuneration/salaries often exceed those of other countries. While working, you have access to health care as well. Your spouse may work while you are on valid work permit . Your children may study for free in the primary and secondary schools.
You will experience living in one of the most attractive countries in the world. The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, yet the tuition fee and living expenses are affordable. You will have the chance to work after successfully completing your program and eventually become a permanent resident.
The vastness of Canada's natural beauty, from highlands and glaciers to quiet lakes and forests, is almost incomparable worldwide. Aside from great outdoors, Canada has diverse cities that are unpolluted, harmless, welcoming and multicultural. You will have the opportunity to delight in things you have never heard about.