Whether you're moving for a new job, a new spouse, or just a new experience, our neighbor to the north has a lot to offer -- Canada has gorgeous scenery, friendly folks, and some of the most welcoming immigration laws around.
But that doesn't mean immigrating to the Great White North doesn't come with a few legal issues. And no one is better situated to help you with those issues than FindLaw Canada, with the most comprehensive access to legal information and lawyer services in the country. So if you're thinking of moving to Canada, here are a few of the best resources FindLaw Canada has to offer:
FindLaw Canada's Learn About the Law section provides introductory legal information on a broad range of issues, and has everything you need to know regarding immigration law. From how to apply for citizenship to how to bring a nanny for your children, Learn About the Law has you covered.
2. Life Events
Sometimes we don't know we even have legal questions until something big happens, and the Life Events section on FindLaw Canada can give you legal resources based solely on your upcoming move. From buying or selling a house to getting married to a Canadian citizen, you tell us what's going on in your life and we make sure you've got the legal tools to handle it.
3. Legal News
World events can have a huge impact on our daily lives, especially in a new country. FindLaw Canada's News section makes sure you know exactly what's happening in the legal world and what the latest headlines mean for you.
When you want your news with a little more perspective, you can turn to one of FindLaw Canada's Blogs. For instance, Legal Life sheds light on daily legal issues facing Canadians, and Uncommon Law brings you the legally weird and wild stories of the day. And if you're moving to Canada for work or to start a business, we have blogs for entrepreneurs and small business owners over at Legal Business.
By far our most valuable resource, FindLaw Canada can help you find the right lawyer of you. The lawyer directory is searchable by city, province, and legal issue, and can put you in touch with an experienced attorney to answer any questions about moving to Canada.