SS9-Chapter Five Immigration
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For the next category on how well he is able to speak both French and English he scored a 23 out of the 24 possible points that he could get. He and his family have lived in New Brunswick for the past 7 years; therefore he has experience in both French and English fluently.
Next up is the age category. He is 34 years old and therefor getting a score of 7 out of 10. He received this score because the Canadian government wants immigrants that will be able to contribute to their society in a positive and beneficial way that will help Canada in years to come.
In the next category he received a 0 out of 10 possible points. The category was on if an employer in Canada had already offered a job to him and sadly he had not.
Adaptability was the last question on the test. In this section he also scored a 0. He explained how that he wanted to move to Canada to provide a safer environment for his kids and so that they have an opportunity to a proper education. He received this score because he has no family or even friends living in Canada, therefore, giving him the possibility to a harder adaptation to Canada
Once he had finished reviewing his test with his wife she was very disappointed that their chances of immigrating to Canada were very slim due to her husbands actions towards his life. All the choices that he made in his prior life costed his family the opportunity to give his kids a chance to a better quality of life.
Due to this his family was therefore not able to immigrate to Canada, but instead continued to take the immigration qualification test over the years to see if they would still have a the opportunity to immigrate to Canada.
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