I would like to start with expression of my thanks to BP Immigration
Services for their outstanding commitment, continuous assistance and
permanent care of me and my case along the entire process of
immigration application. They made it easy and smooth, accomplished
everything perhaps in the most effective and efficient way possible,
and took a lot of stress away; I greatly appreciate it. I guess it has
been something more than a generic legal motion - a truly personalized
deal with the customer, which in my opinion met the highest standards
of professional work. I moved for Canada about six months ago, and we
are still connected, still in touch: I know that I always can ask for
help, for advice, and that is really important to me.
Regardless of one's background and personal qualities changing
residence appears to be a big challenge in numerous aspects - from the
very moment when one conceives the idea of immigration to the moment
when he feels more or less settled in a new country, with a new job
and a place to live, and then he may start thinking: "Oh, it seems
like I've made it!"...and shortly afterwards he realizes: no, it's too
far from the end, it's just the beginning... Changing work, creating a
personal network and establishing the local connections, adjusting
one's habits and learning more and more about the local culture,
traditions, legal environment... This list is long and distinctive, and
all these issues are unavoidable and somewhat trivial - enduring
challenges and surmount them day to day is the only way to succeed in
setting up a new life in "terra incognita".
It has been a challenge to me too; I am talking about it from inside
and I see it from the very practical stand point. But there have been
no time since I landed in the international airport of Calgary when I
regretted my decision to immigrate. I really enjoy the country, enjoy
my being here, and I am glad that I had a good start with the move.
Every day I learn something new, meet new people, try interesting
things that I have never heard about or seen before... And I much like
the friendly, positive and calm atmosphere surrounding me that changes
everything: my mood, my attitude to life and perception of matters.
This is a unique environment and if I did not have any other plans I
would come to Canada only for that.
I guess one of the most important things in immigration process is a
feeling of freedom. Freedom is all about choices: if you have no
opportunity to choose you don't feel free, don't feel capable of
changing something, moving forward, evolving and developing. And even
though there is no comprehensible measure of freedom, and absolute
freedom is rather a philosophical term than something one can really
perceive, I trust that everyone can craft his own way of freedom day
to day, can create and build up some small (or sometime bigger)
opportunities for choices and diversify his background. So if you are
seriously thinking about immigration, my advice is: go for it. Try it.
For the sake of options, for the sake of personal freedom. Don't think
that you will not like it at the end or you will see it's not yours -
you will never figure it out if you don't try today. In many ways this
is a great and profound life experience and, of course, an adventure,
and it's absolutely worth your commitment.
I wish all people who are visiting the website of BP Immigration
Services all the very best and every success. I wish you to believe in
yourself and don't be afraid to change something in your life, don't
hesitate to move forward. Be free in your decisions. Because it's all
about your opportunity for choice.