Top 7 reasons why immigrants are leaving Canada

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These are the top 7 reasons why immigrants after spending so much time and money leave Canada because they are disappointed. Follow and subscribe our channel for more videos on immigration updates and struggles of a new immigrant family with kids.

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Ma'am your eyes speaks how much you are stressed out...!

Author — Mr Proffesional


These places are never or rarely worth it for the first generation of migrants. First generation struggle most of their life. The real benefit is reaped by the future generations who are born there and benefit from the local education and connections.

Author — Sujit Sharma


Canada only name but very difficult.
Better apna India.

Author — Proud Indian Indian


I think everyone should be prepared to struggle and prepare yourself accordingly.At least immigrants should try their best for three years before choosing to leave.

Author — moody star


I am glad that someone took the courage and highlighted all negative points that immigrants go through after shifting to Canada. I moved with my family a year back to Canada from Doha, Qatar and till date I am struggling to find that mental peace. Unfortunately, I will be heading back soon. More power to you for posting this video. Its extremely difficult to settle in Canada for those who move from Middle East. Hope people understand that grass is not greener for all here.

Author — Acoustic Gaurang


i was searching for immigration from pakistan when i saw your caption ... i watched it and i loved the way you describe all these. m ur subcriber now ! :)

Author — Ali Zaidi


I left Germany and return India
M belongs to business field and there is no big market like India in the world and started my business here and m happy

Author — Naveen Kumar


Canada may have a few advantages, but the hard fact is, it's extremely expensive especially in terms of labor..

Author — Wrik Sen


You spoke from the Bottom of your Heart...
It's so True
Even if I am not in Canada
I am in my Own Country 🌹👍👌

Author — ganesh chakravorty


You didn't discuss about how expensive housing is in Canada and how its become almost impossible for middle class to purchase a house.

Author — matrix0683


A few words to prospective immigrants:

Some people being used in order to provide for other people.

1. As per research at the University of Toronto, a foreign last name reduces your chances for an interview by 30%.

When it comes to high paying jobs, you have basically no chance. A better job possibly after years for the same fair employer.

When I was promoted, my Canadian coworkers concluded: "This is not fair, we paid for education here". You will work in secondary roles or in a complete chaos.

Lowest 20% of the society has been filled with skilled and ambitious immigrants.

It is not fair for them to push through the masses of local laziness, drug addicts, arrogance, just to have an average secondary job.

If you lose your job, it is a year to find a new one. Most likely you got the job because you are highly qualified and they just cannot go any further without people who would do the job, the job is either in toxic environment, rural or a low pay.

Think logically, you are at the very bottom, you will understand the rest.

Canadian employers access cheap money - made in poor emerging markets, Canadian population grows every year including immigrants. They do not need too much of a skill to generate growth.

Working here is more like a family environment. No stress, mother will always forgive, you are a foster child though. Economy just need somebody to take lower parts of the ladder.

Option two, self employment, long hours, bank loans and .... case by case. Cleaning companies, restaurants, construction - all immigrants.

If you think of development, new skills, new challenges. FORGET. Challenge here is to find what local people have left for you.

2. Canadian economy needs you more than you need Canada and if you are smart enough to stay home, they will find someone else.

Once you are here, you are filling the gaps in the job market. Traveling from village to village, province to province in hopes for a decent job.

If you try to be the best and make more than local people, you will get bruised. Your Resume will be full of ups and downs, unemployment periods.

Be prepared to work for unqualified boss and high maintenance, entitled local people. Once you found a secondary job, you ensure local estate bubble does not burst.

Yes, you are renting the shit available. They will say you do not have local education when they do not need you, and they will hire you below your qualifications as soon as your experience is vital.

Be prepared to be the buffer for downturns. Yes, you will be working in a store or in a hotel while fat uneducated asses doing still good.

Government job may be your only remedy - work environment difficult.

3. Now, you are closer to understand why official agenda says so much about values and multiculturalism. It is to make all those people get along together without riots. It is to entice more immigrants. Outstanding values here are consumption and arrogance, usually hidden though.

You are enticed to it, and you get only what's left.

4. You will not have Canadian friends. They feel better looking at you, they will be explaining things to you that you had learnt years ago in the primary school.

They will look at you with excitement if you do simple math without a calculator. One of my HR managers was so fat that she needed couple breaks before she reached the lunchroom. Management is usually 350-pound nepotism, immigrants are in the roles where difficulties begin with disarray applied.

The only reason you were hired is to cool down expectations of local people and at least get them to come to work on time. It is possible they need your experience temporarily; you are gone as soon as delivered. The company reached for an immigrant so they can give a raise or promotion to those on board. Small businesses cannot afford local people, your role comes in place.

5. Be prepared to be a secondary citizen. Self-employment is a solution; your business may be passed for orders.

Community of people from your country is not helpful, usually. They compete with you and they feel worse if you succeed.

Think twice, why is Canada reducing the requirements for immigrants? Well, people leave, people do not want to be here, economy is becoming weaker, and the government has no choice.

Making it through low requirements should not be seen a success in any competition.

Was Canada a place for immigration as per sponsored videos, why do not I see Germans or Norwegians here?

Think twice, your youth, energy and beauty are at stake.

6. Think of a pedophile enticing kids to a store with toys - toys are not for them. Be careful. It is easier to come here than to get out of here.

Think of an old frog who eats young and fresh fish in order to stay alive.

7. I encourage all Asians, Middle Easterns and Africans to claim this land. It is yours; the problem is the rich need the poor.

8. Canadian Citizenship can be taken away by the minister without the court, does this ring the bell?

This is not a hit to Canadians. Well. the truth has been said.

9. Imagine that immigrants have equal access to job market. It means, Canadian education system goes to hell. Who would invest hefty dollar into useless education? In my opinion Canadian education is worth 15% of its cost, its value is artificially inflated and maintained, especially Immigrants can study the same and better for free or cheaper in their countries.

Locally born people would burn down government buildings here If they had to live by merit and challenged by the skills of immigrants. Yes, they invite you with one hand and push you down with the other hand.

Work until 65, yes for local people. While they are not that efficient in their 60s, there is always a fresh tide of cheap immigrants to do the job. In a normal country, they go on a side. It is a wishful thinking to believe an immigrant would be a respected senior manager with young Canadians working for him. (It cannot be excluded 100 %)

Government spends money so new immigrants can accomodate to new conditions. In my opinion, money are purposfully wasted or spent in a way with just little effect. It would be self destructive to push immigrants up - local people have high expectations.

10. Culture clash. Arrogant (in a nice packaging) entitelment against hardworking dreams. Canadian government pumps in people so the economy stays afloat, local people fight back and push immigrants down. You came here you benefit from our country, you should work harder - heard many times. In my opinion, the basic skill Canadians have is to push down foreigners. Do not be surprised in a Canadian household dogs are given gifts for Christmas. Do not be surprised a Christmas gift for a husband is another girl in bed. At the same time, immigrants go to church and live in three families in a house.

Do not be surprised they will join your wedding with work cloths on, be prepared for shitty easy food if you do not cook at home, easy shallow communication.

11. Long story short. Canadian job market is very competitive and ruthless when it comes to middle level jobs and cheap. Partially, because it is not too demanding. We do not work hard. You do the job or someone else or it will sit undone or HR will pull another fresh fish. An immigrant has little chance with all that's normal: nepotism, relationships, arrogance.

Now you know why your local boss has never seen an excel spreadsheet. Now you know why they can easily fire you and find another hard-working talent in the lowest areas of the society.

5% unemployment in Pakistan, India, Eastern Europe is not the same as 5% in Canada. 5% in a normal country contains people like: mental diseases, former convicts, old, disabled etc. In Canada, 5% unemployed are well educated and hungry immigrants.

This gives employers ways to do what they want with you. They can lay you off without a tear shed, there is more talents sitting in those poorest 5%. You are likely to share your experience half price.

70 % of Canadian population is born in Canada. So, If I order a pizza 10 times, the chance is 7 out of 10, the pizza will be delivered by a locally born person. Well, it should be at least 8 out of 10, because it takes a lot of education and skills to immigrate to Canada.

8 out of 10, the pizza should be delivered by a locally born person. Well, as I have spent 7 years on this meadow, I have never received a pizza from a locally born person.

If your country is bad for real, Canada is most likely the best place to run away, anyway. Happiness lasts for two years, then not everyone can afford to go back. You are perceived as a job stealer, money sender abroad, a poor idiot.

You are not here to be successful. You are here, so there is space for local people to be successful. Harper did not tell me that. I came here under a skilled immigration program. I outperformed at funny works I had.

This text in nothing new for people with open eyes and broad horizons. Government is the least surprised. What else can they do, send locals to another country? Justice is somewhere in between.

I am not happy writing here. I happned to meet good people here, easy to be nice with an full stomach though, the feeling of being a good man while someone else did the bad work.

Canada is ready for a small recession. Immigrants go unemployed, some of them say too much in the internet, they will take survival jobs, some of them return to their countries.

Canadian inclusive diverse society is a myth, bring a deeper recession and you will see what fat asses are worthy.

Origins of the lie? They need as strong people as possible as low as possible.

12. Do you feel like me, have you understood your life has been sacrificed for the prosperity of others, you can file a complaint to United Nations Human Rights Watch within below:

Best of luck.

Author — michal kruk


Thanks for making this video!:) Finally some clarity on issues that I've been thinking about. Please make more videos on childcare and child subsidies? Shoutout from Japan!;)

Author — Fit Fun and Fabulous at Forty


Your heart is set to improve life of your kids. I can see the sacrifices in your eyes but i hope and pray that you guys make a best living ever...

Author — Ashish Enoch


applied for 500 jobs 2 calls
0 opportunities
came to Canada with $10, 000 5 years ago n to this date account balance is -ve
very very expensive country. income not aligned to day to day living.
basement life is a plus on depression where its really hard to tell if its day or night outside. life is a daily struggle.

Author — rado max


U forgot the high insurance rates eg car

Author — N N


Great Thorough video about the issues new immigrants face. Those negative people commenting here haven't seen the full video or there IQ level doesn't let them get the point.

Author — taha ahmed


Honestly you have to struggle it out. This is totally your personal view I believe but honestly I came here in 2000 and fought it out here and then got out a break through and now after 20 years have Alhamdoillah everything I wanted when I first came here. India is great and everything but not a place to live with so much corruption and no value for human being. These are just my opinion.

Author — Abbas Rizvi


Thanks Ma'am for sharing this video, its really help full.

Author — ayush langer


Absolutely true. Ppl get fooled by money sighting cleanliness, quality of life etc for going abroad. Every minute goes in compromises, planning, searching and getting used to. Are bhai, why not the same attitude in improving lives in home country?

Author — Krishnasree Dwarakanath


Thank you for the fantastic video. It is really a true and honest description about new immigrants which many people find it hard to admit. Well done. Looking forward to more informative videos about other cities of Canada.

Author — Arni Brahma