Are Canadians eligible for provincial health benefits after moving to the United States?
As an immigration attorney with a substantial number of Canadian clients, I am often asked what happens to their healthcare benefits once they leave their respective provinces and move to the United States. The answer depends on several factors, including: which province they were residing in, how long they plan to remain in the United […]Read more →
| Posted in Green Card, Students, U.S. Immigration, Visitor Visa, Work Visa |
Differences Between the U.S. and Canada’s Family-Based Permanent Residency Sponsorship Programs
Both Canada and the United States have a family-based sponsorship program that allows its respective citizens to sponsor members of its immediate (and sometimes extended) family. Below is a list of some notable differences between the two countries’ programs: Canada recently implemented a 2-year conditional residency requirement that a married couple must reside together if […]Read more →
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