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      Jordyfire is on a distinguished road

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      Hi All
      I am a near 50 year old Uk Station Manager (Fire Service) with a wife and two sons (aged 14 &10). I am due to retire from the Service and we are considering relocating the family to Canada.


      Upon retirement we will have approx. 400,000 (house sale) and a personal pension of 2,200 per annum.

      My question is with that amount of savings and annual income what are our options that will allow us to emigrate?

      Sorry if this is a little vague

      Jordyfire.

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      Financially you should have no problem.

      Fire fighter too should help you, though you should expect to do some training with them in Canada to know the way they do things etc, always bound to be similarities and a few differences, contact Canadian immigration in the UK for advice is the best bet, and you won't go wrong that way. http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca....aspx?lang=eng

      Pension wise, take a look at this: http://www.britishpensions.com/uk-pensions-and-you/