A country larger than the USA, and immediately to the north of it with incredible resources, and a system of excellent health and social services, an open democratic and progressive society where newcomers are welcome to share in the country's prosperity and community life and are invited after 3-4 years to become Canadian citizens, equal with all other Canadians. Where the virtues of tolerance and social harmony between races and national backgrounds allows freedom for all to maintain their ethnic and cultural heritage, yet participating freely in the Canadian economy. As a result large communities of similar ethnic backgrounds exist.
So if you are wishing for a carefree and enjoyable future for yourself and your children, and to enjoy in a congenial environment an opportunity to give your children good schooling and a good education, and at the same time improving your career prospects, you may consider immigrating to Canada. Have you tried out this link where they provide a free evaluation through a voice supported form fill in? http://184.108.40.206/Imgforms/polarment.aspx
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== == Differences between Miami and Puerto Rico: In Puerto Rico you will see El Morro and eat real alcapurrias and a good mofongo. The beach is warm all year. You will hear the words: "chavito prieto" "Nena y nene" "ay bendito" more often. You will sleep with the sound of the coqui and wake up with the sound of "el gallo". You will work to live. In Miami you will eat "pan cubano" will drink "cafe cubano", and you will have the best of all hispanic countries in one city. You will hear "chiquitico" more often. You will sleep with the sound of cars and you will wake up with the same sound. You will live to work.
Not if you already live in the United States. Of course if you are minor from another state traveling w/o adult supervision or permission and have an encounter with authorities there can be problems.
A 2500 mile traffic-free path linking East Coast cities from Maine to Florida.