How do I work in Canada as an American citizen?
My boyfriend is currently living in New York and we are planning on moving in together. I am a Canadian citizen of British Columbia, and he is an American Citizen. We are wondering what steps we would need to take for him to be able to work here AND/OR go to school. What must we apply for so he can work AND/OR go to school here? How long of a process is it? How much does it usually cost to apply for said documents/requirements to work or go to school?
Asked By: Rose - 1/21/2013
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Americans may visit Canada for up to 180 days each year. They may not attend school, work, or look for work as a visitor. Nor can they obtain driver's licenses, provincial health insurance, social insurance numbers, open bank accounts, etc... More
Answered By: bw022 - 1/21/2013
Additional Answers (4)
You get a work visa. Canada Immigration has a website.
Answered By: jaker - 1/21/2013
Answered By: Yirmiyahu - 1/21/2013
Answered By: Frank - 1/21/2013
If you marry and sponsor him, he may enter Canada as a Permanent Resident.
Answered By: thinkingtime - 1/22/2013
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