I love Canada and wish to become a Citizen. I am currently taking my CNA classes and after I complete them I will start on my RN classes. I have been looking around the Canada immigration website and need some advice. I took the skilled workers immigration test with the skills I would have by the time my LPN or RN degrees are complete. With out having a job set up before I apply I just bearly clear the 67 point mark with a RN degree. If I am able to set up a job before I Apply I clear the 67 point mark with some wiggle room. I am wondering once I complete my CNA program if I should then apply for a student visa and go to college in Canada. Then once I have finished college I will have lived and worked in Canada for 2-4 years. Would going to Canada as a student help with my immigration process? I also have a question about my education. Do to problems at home I had to leave and couldnt finish highschool. I did get a my GED and saved up the money for college. I am wondering if a GED is accepted in Canada as a highschool equivalency or if it would stop me from getting into a Jr.college or university in Canada. The website I used for information about becoming a Canadian immigrate was http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/index.html
Thank you all so much for any advice or information given.