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Canada Or London Which Is Better?

Which is better in terms of everything, life, fun and what it has to offer? Opinions needed pls,

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Geez professor symbian03, u thnk noone knew he meant UK as a whole?! Anyways back to topic, Canada got good food, beautiful women, affordable housing, nice nite life, the best stip clubs, friendly people, free healthcare, and most importantly not a lotta Nigerian gals live out there!

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What a comparison, a whole country to just a city? Why not just compare UK TO CANADA?

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I av nt been there but my friends live there and dey always tell me dat canada is de best.

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I've been to London before but never Canada and how is it wack?

How and why pls?

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Like comparing North America to Africa! Canada Is waaaay better!I think. Never been to London but heard its kinda wack out there

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UK is expensive but OK, with a degree or a masters it depends on luck getting a job while in Canada there are job opportunities but very cold in some areas.

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there is nothing dead rat like u will do

LOL , What ?

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Keep bleeding blood, Nigerians will keep coming to the UK, there is nothing dead rat like u will do.

U can only cry ur eyes out.

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Stop lying through your Bottom, where did u get that from? Its not mentioned in that link u posted, u are such a sad poor loner

This week The British High Commission has announced that from the 1st of April it will change the Tier 1 Highly Skilled Migrant program to restrict new applications to individuals that hold a Masters degree qualification.

This means that people who currently only have a bachelors degree and qualify under the current points matrix will be no longer eligible for the Tier 1 General visa (previously the HSMP) after the 1st of April – unless they have a Masters degree qualification.

http://www.jameslittle.biz/2009/02/uncategorized/tier-1-highly-skilled-migrant-visa-changes/

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http://www.personneltoday.com/articles/2009/07/07/50079/immigrant-workers-tighter-rules.html

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@ justwise, Don't mind that fool. We are all aware of all his racist activities on this forum.

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Stop lying through ur Bottom, where did u get that from? Its not mentioned in that link u posted, u are such a sad poor loner.

Shame on u, u even have the gut to delete where it mentioned Bachelor degree, how low can u sink?

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Shut up! You have nothing to contribute!

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The bachelors degree is redundant, it is now masters degree that you need for entry into uk

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U silly cow why did u delete where it mentioned degree?

Read mine:

5. Points will only be awarded for an academic qualification if an applicant's qualification is deemed by the National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (UK NARIC) to meet or exceed the recognised standard of a Bachelor's or Master's degree or a PhD in the UK.

6. Points will also be awarded for vocational and professional qualifications that are deemed by UK NARIC or the appropriate UK professional body to be equivalent to a Bachelor's or Master's degree or a PhD in the UK.

It says Bahcelor OR Masters!! Maybe u don't even know what Bachelor means,.

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Shut up, u don't even know anything about immigration rules? One can live and work in the UK without masters. Read up next time b4 coming here to shame urself.

Actually it is  YOU who knows nothing about immigration law -

Attributes for Tier 1 (General) Migrants

6. Points will also be awarded for vocational and professional qualifications that are deemed by UK NARIC or the appropriate UK professional body to be equivalent to a Master's degree or a PhD in the UK.

http://www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk/policyandlaw/immigrationlaw/immigrationrules/appendixa/

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Shut up, u don't even know anything about immigration rules? One can live and work in the UK without masters. Read up next time b4 coming here to shame urself.

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You cannot live and work in the UK without Masters Degree.

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@ Poster, I will advice you try Canada. Life in the UK is far expensive and the immigration rules are very strict at the moment.

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