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Emigrating to Canada for tree work

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Has anyone successfully emigrated to Canada for tree work?

I want to know how easy it is and what the best options would be regarding visa's and sponsorship.

Im leaving in a few months for canada and have a work permit for two years but will probably want to live there permanently.

With regards to qualifications and experience I have all NPTC tickets minus rigging and 3 years climbing experience.

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Best bet for emmigration as you already have your 2 year work visa, is to get over here, find a decent employer and then start the PR process asap through express entry. Its different for everyone as it takes alot of factors into account, but an easy enough system to understand. Good luck.

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