A sheer number of Americans have been considering US to Canada immigration in recent months.
Canada has been actively taking in newcomers from a range of countries. Its immigration system, in contrast to American one, is much more organized and flexible. This country offers a variety of different types of citizenship, most of which stipulate that people come for work or live there with their family.
Canadian provinces welcome business entrepreneurs as well as high-skilled workers and assign points to prospective newcomers for education, job skills and language proficiency.
People of any nationality can apply for Canadian residency. But Americans having intention to cross the borders on a temporary basis receive preferential treatment. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) facilitates US to Canada immigration for citizens who wish to work or establish Canadian business.
US to Canada immigration includes more than just finding a new place to live. Before relocating to the country you must apply for permanent Canadian residency with the office of Citizenship and Immigration.
There is a number of various programs (https://safeimm.com/immigration-and-visa-services/permanent-residency/) U.S. citizens can apply for to get permanent legal permission to live in the country. You just have to choose one which would be best for your situation and find out if you satisfy eligibility requirements.
Canadian citizenship is voluntary and you would not have to relinquish your U.S. citizenship, if you don’t want to. Both the United States and Canada permit dual citizenship.
Being an American citizen you may be interested to find out that this country welcomes (even encourages) you to consider becoming its permanent resident.