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US citizen Living in Canada but working in the US

US citizen Living in Canada but working in the US

Old Oct 11th 2002, 4:51 pm
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Default US citizen Living in Canada but working in the US

My girld friend want to moe to Canada to live with me. I live a few minutes from the US border so it would be practical to commute to work in the US. We are not ready for commitments in the form of marriage.

My question is: is it possible for a US citizen to come to Canada every day for an overnight stay, leave for work in the morning and then freely come back? Are any documents required?
Note: she is not seeking neither employment in Canada nor PR status.
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Old Oct 11th 2002, 5:43 pm
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It may work on very short basis (few weeks maybe) and sooner or later she will
be asked what is going on. If she wants to live in Canada permanently
(regardless continuing work in US) she must obtain PR visa.

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    > My girld friend want to moe to Canada to live with me. I live a few
    > minutes from the US border so it would be practical to commute to work
    > in the US. We are not ready for commitments in the form of marriage.
    > My question is: is it possible for a US citizen to come to Canada every
    > day for an overnight stay, leave for work in the morning and then freely
    > come back? Are any documents required?
    > Note: she is not seeking neither employment in Canada nor PR status.
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