Recording of the InterNations Webinar "How to Move to Canada and Become a Canadian Citizen" on November 12, 2022

If you missed the InterNations Webinar "How to Move to Canada and Become a Canadian Citizen" I hosted as an InterNations Global Consul on Zoom on November 12th, 2022, and would like to watch the recording instead, you can do so on this page:

The sound file can also be downloaded.

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Kristina McPherson

Learn about our guest speaker

Our main speaker at the webinar was Kristina McPherson from Toronto. Kristina left her home country Jamaica for Canada as a student eight years ago and became a Canadian citizen in 2019.

She is a true expert on the matter and the author of the book:

From Foreign Student to Canadian Citizen - And Everything in Between: How to Move to Canada and Become a Canadian Citizen like me

It is a clear and concise step-by-step guide and will give you answers to a lot of the questions you have about Canadian immigration.

The book is already available on Amazon as a paperback and for download onto your Kindle. An audio version will soon be published on Audible.


Those were the main topics discussed in the webinar:

  • Main pros and cons of moving to Canada today
  • The overall process of immigrating and becoming a citizen
  • How to prepare for it / approach it best.
  • When to engage the help of specialists (relocation consultants, lawyers, tax advisors, etc.).
  • Typical bad surprises immigrants get hit with and the most common pitfalls they fall into.
  • How to become a happy immigrant in Canada.
  • Who should read Kristina's book and what other resources she recommends.
  • Kristina's plans for the future of her program

Don't miss out on these further resources

Here are the links to the further resources we mentioned in the webinar and a few more that might be helpful as well:

Right after that webinar, Mr. Srikanth R. from Uppsala wrote to us about it:

»It was a fantastic webinar, and glad I was a part of it. Thank you, Kristina, for your excellent insight on Canadian immigration and Michael, for organizing such an informative event.«