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[misc.immigration.canada] Frequently Asked Questions (02/98)
Section - 33. I am a Canadian PR. Can I work in the US? What about NAFTA?

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The provisions of the NAFTA agreement are applicable to Canadian Citizens
only, thus
being a Canadian Permanent Resident does not by default make you eligible
to work in
the US.  Under certain circumstances, Canadian PRs can get an L-1
(intra-company=20
transferee) visa but please check with the relevant immigration authorities
in BOTH
countries about the specifics, especially about retaining your residency in
Canada.

There is a Canada-to-US immigration site that has information about all
types of visas
Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents can get to the US under the NAFTA
at the URL:

	<http://www.grasmick.com/nafta.htm>

Additionally, you can consult the part 4 of the US Immigration FAQ about US
visas for=20
Canadian Citizens at the URL:

	<http://www.immigration.com/docs/faq/part4>

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Top Document: [misc.immigration.canada] Frequently Asked Questions (02/98)
Previous Document: 32. I am a Canadian PR. Do I need a visa to go to the US?
Next Document: 34. Is there an immigration quota of the Canadian Government?

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