Explore how US immigration law interprets Canadian common-law marriages and their implications on obtaining a dependent visa status. This blog will guide you through the critical aspects, helping you understand the complexities involved.
If you have been convicted of a DUI, DWI, DWAI, or related offense, it can impact your ability to travel to Canada. Depending on the nature of your convictions and the time that has passed, you might need criminal rehabilitation and/or a temporary resident permit to enter Canada. We discuss the impact of DUI and related offenses on your ability to enter Canada here.
Explore the intricacies of TN visa status and its implications on remote work. Learn when “telework” becomes viable and how it applies to you as a professional.
Anyone seeking entry to Canada by any type of transportation, even Canadian citizens, is required to use the ArriveCAN for entry to Canada. There are very few exceptions. Find out more about the ArriveCAN app for entry to Canada.