What's to elaboreate? The regs state bachelor's degree .If you had a Cdn bachelors degree, they could not deny you. But a foreign degree (which must c=accompanied with an evaluation) can be accepted or denied. You will have to try at the border.
First you need to get a letter from your car maker (in canada) that states that your car meets US regs, or what needs to be modified to meet regs. Then you need permission from your lender to leave Canada with a loan pending on car, or pay iit off.
You do not need to import the car at the...
1. She cannot get TD entry at border. If she still qualifies for B2 entry (ie. still maintains a foreign residence, she can enter on B2 for now, and get TD later), or she can wait for you to get TN and apply for TD at consulate.
2. Hard to say. You will need to find out when you apply. The...
You are not an engineer nor lawyer by education, so forget that. Re-read what I said earlier
Management consultant maight fit, because your education doesn't qualify for any other category. MC however is a temporary position at a company, outside the organization and is highly scrutinized.
I would suggest coming back at some point and getting them. How far are you working from the border? You could just drive down once with U-Haul and get TN at same time. Did your new employer not offer relocation services? You are a professional after all.
TN does not apply to work in Canada. You would need the TN only when working in US. If you and your employer are CHOOSING to have you work remotely in Canada, then you should not be on US payroll, but on either a Cdn payroll set up by the employer or an agency, or be self-employed contractor...
Not sure what you mean. I presume you mean travelling into US?
If your current TN is valid (i-94 not expired), you will be allowed into US by any means on that TN, but if your current TN is expired, you will need to apply for a TN when re-entering US either by land or at airport. That has always...
Depends on how your TN application was written,. If it was client specific, no. If it was written such that your agency would have you work with various clients, yes. And, of course, it must not have expired.
This is a tax issue, but NO, you would have to pay Cdn taxes on the work performed in canada, and would be re-establishing Cdn residence, making world wide income taxable.
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