Aug 8, 2015
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I want to study medicine in the UK, however I intend to permanently move to Canada or USA in the future with hope of attaining a citizenship in the long-run. My question is, is it better to do residency in the UK and then apply for a Canadian or USA visa, OR complete the degree in the UK try and do the residency in USA or Canada?

Also, in which country would it be easier to obtain a visa with a medical degree?

Unfortunately I don't have the ability to go to university in Canada or USA, but would like to practice medicine in one of the two once I'm qualified.
 
Aug 8, 2015
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I'd think that if you are planning to work in the US permanently, doing your residency here would be best.
 
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