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By Valéria Bedout, Idéal Canada

When you arrive in a new country, be it long term or short term, it is definitely an adventure. The initial transition period is quite challenging, you are filling out forms and documents, researching and learning the ropes; trying to find out what is familiar to you, the feeling of insecurity is overwhelming. The key to success in settling abroad requires; meticulousness preparation and planning for the correct integration of both personal and professional plans. Our role is to find familiar scenarios and to instill a welcome feeling, for newly settled families even before they arrive, this is what we take pride in offering; professional international mobility.

Our Mission is based on being able to visualize their lifestyle, to understand & empathize with them- be it looking for a daycare center or a school for their children, to planning social/cultural activities to sporting events to family outings. All this constitutes an essential support for the family’s “new life.” We are dedicated in making it happen. To give a concrete example of how important it is, in filling these needs, here is a true to life example: A family from Finland arrived; the father was a PHD mathematician who was hired by a large Canadian University. The university’s human resource department handled the newly hired family’s relocation affairs. Well after four weeks of their arrival there was a complete melt down. The family started to prepare to return to Finland. No one could have imagined but the mother/wife, also a PHD in mathematics, who had a full time professional job in Finland, was found totally isolated taking care of her two children in a francophone neighborhood, utterly in despair and on the verge of depression.

Idéal Canada intervened to find out that she never wanted

to relocate to Canada and she never wanted to quit her job to be a stay at home mom. She thought she would be able to find a job quickly, but there was a snag, since her children only spoke Finish and German it was impossible to place them safely anywhere, she lost all hope. If the people in charge of handling the relocation of this family took time to analyze the needs of the wife and of the family at the start, their situation would have been very different: The family could have been set up in an Anglophone neighborhood, a Franco German daycare could have been located, giving the wife/mother a opportunity to set up her own network personally and professionally. I can list other incidents where newly settled families and individuals have found themselves trapped; at immigration services because certain entry paperwork were not in compliance, or their drivers permits could not be obtained due to missing paperwork from their mother country, or they followed misleading information on the internet guaranteeing them entry to university studies- which was not the case.etc.. With all these uncalled for frustrations, their dreams and hopeful adventures are turn into nightmares. The role of an international mobility coordinator is to think of everything: all the little details, arranging unforeseen obstacles bringing success!

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