Switching careers in Canada

Many Canadian immigrants have had to switch careers for many reasons, whether temporarily or permanently. While some do this by choice, others transition out of necessity. In this post, I share the experiences of three immigrants in their career transitioning journey and the key learnings from these experiences to motivate other immigrants who are currently on this journey. Cheers to growth!

Double blessings from EE Process

The success story of a reader who wants to remain anonymous. May 29, 2019, IRCC issued ITA to 3,350 candidates in the express entry pool, with the cut-off CRS of 470. When I saw the score, I was shocked because I never expected the score for ITA to be that high and I began to... Continue Reading →

First things first

What are the first things you need to do in Canada as a new immigrant? Here, I share my experience and the lessons i learnt, as well as helpful resources to make your settlement a lot faster and easier. Cheers to growth!

The Journey Begins

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. All we wanted was to have our kids abroad - to give them an option. We were TTC (trying to conceive) and knew more than anything else that we did not want to have our kids in Nigeria. We wanted to give them the opportunity... Continue Reading →

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