Americans have a history of pledging to move to Canada during fierce elections. But the phenomenon has hit a fever pitch thanks to GOP front runner Donald Trump. Searches for "how can I move to Canada" spiked 350% as Trump swept Super Tuesday on March 2, according to Simon Rogers, a data editor at Google. And the trend is gathering strength. Searches for "how to move from the U.S. to Canada" -- and similar phrases -- have spiked exponentially for the month of March so far, up 455% from February, according to data up to March 17. Insidermonkey experts made a guide on how to move to Canada with no money.
Canada, America's neighbor to the north, is the world's second-largest country by area and home to more than 34 million residents in 2011, according to the CIA World Fact book. Moving from the United States to Canada is more involved than just packing up your belongings and finding a new domicile. Before you can move to Canada, you must apply for permanent Canadian residency with the office of Citizenship and Immigration Canada. You can also check our list of 8 Easiest Developed Countries To Immigrate To.