Posted on May 23, 2016
Canada always remains first on agenda of Indians, when it comes to immigration to a new country, and residents of Delhi are no exception to this. Delhi is a Capital of India and one among the four metro cities along with Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai. The people of Delhi are known to be highly educated, sophisticated, and ambitious. This is the reason that thousands of people apply for immigration to Canada, Australia, USA and other such countries, every year from Delhi, in order to explore new career and job opportunities.
Migrating to another country from your home city always makes you think twice or even thrice. However, if that home city is Delhi, the decision becomes even more difficult to take, as Delhi NCR is considered as one among the prime locations in India. However, on a brighter side, if the country you are moving to is Canada, the answer has to be yes for various reasons. If you are still confused, let’s take a look at life in Delhi Vs life in any Canadian city.
Delhi although is much better place to live compared to many other places in India, however, when you compared it to any Canadian city, it still has a long way to go to be at par. Below are a few key factors that differentiate the life in Delhi and Canada.
India is 2nd largest populated country in the world and hence, there is a huge competition for jobs even among the immensely talented and skilled individuals. Delhi is no exception in this context with the population of about 16 million (2nd most populous city in the world).
On the other end, in Canada, less population and several developed industries provide ample job opportunities for the skilled and talented individuals with high wages compared to India.
Delhi has turned in to one of the most polluted cities in the world over the years and struggling to control the pollution with Odd-Even and many other formulas. The Air Pollution, Drinking water pollution, Garbage disposal, noise and light pollution, water pollution, all such types of pollution is extremely high in Delhi as per the latest WHO report. This is really an alarming situation for the residents in this part of the world as extensive pollution give birth to diseases of many kinds.
On the other end, in a cities like Toronto in Canada, all such kind of pollution is either quite low or moderate level. This is the reason that all the Canadian cities are known to be the most livable cities in the world from environmental health perspective.
A huge population in Delhi finds it difficult get access to basic necessities, such as, drinking water, electricity, healthcare, etc. Moreover, the infrastructure facilities available to the residents are not up to the mark, i.e. roads, transportation, Government departments, etc.
Canada is one of the most advanced nations in the world, and many of its cities rank very high on various international parameters of living. Recently, Canada is considered as the 2nd best country in the world as per the survey done by U.S. News and World Report, global brand consultants BAV Consulting and University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of business.
Canadian provinces are also way ahead of Delhi and other Indian states in terms of offering the social security benefits to its residents, i.e. free or subsidized healthcare, education, immigrant serving organizations, accommodation, unemployment benefits, and so on.
Hope this brief analysis would have helped you to take your migration decision. If you have taken a decision to immigrate to Canada from Delhi, here is how you can go about it.
If you wish to get the PR in Canada from Delhi, you have to apply and get selected in the point based immigration system of Canada, which reviews a candidates on various factors, i.e. age, education, work experience, language proficiency, etc.
You may get in touch with the Canadian Immigration expert at Visas Avenue immigration to get the best assistance to understand the complete Canada immigration process and subsequently apply in online for Canadian PR visa.
You may call the expert at Visas Avenue on contact nos. 011-48447777 (Delhi) or 080-46668222 (Bangalore) or can email your queries to email@example.com.