Jun 6, 2020
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  1. Pre-Medical
Hi everyone, I'm currently in my third year of undergrad at a US university and I'm an American citizen. I'd like to eventually permanently immigrate to Canada and I'm wondering when the best time would be. Should I try to attend a Canadian med school or should I try to attend one here and then apply for residency in Canada? Or should I do both med school and residency in the US and then try to practice in Canada? Basically, when do you think would be the best/easiest time for me to immigrate?
 
Sep 9, 2020
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  1. Fellow [Any Field]
Hi everyone, I'm currently in my third year of undergrad at a US university and I'm an American citizen. I'd like to eventually permanently immigrate to Canada and I'm wondering when the best time would be. Should I try to attend a Canadian med school or should I try to attend one here and then apply for residency in Canada? Or should I do both med school and residency in the US and then try to practice in Canada? Basically, when do you think would be the best/easiest time for me to immigrate?

How are you planning to get your PR card in Canada?

The easiest plan would be get a PR card, and do medical school in Canada if you wish to practice only in Canada. Otherwise, keeping your current path is fine.
 

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