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Category: Work In Canada

  • Client Approval: Canadian Permanent Resident

    Tiffany McKenzie talks about a client approval for a Canadian Permanent Resident application for a couple on either side of the US/Canadian border. Watch the video below for details and if you have any questions then please contact Berardi Immigration Law today.
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  • How to Enter Canada with a DWI/DUI Conviction

    Our Canadian Immigration Lawyer, Tiffany McKenzie, is here to tell us how to enter Canada with a DWI/DUI conviction. If you would like more information, or to apply for a rehabilitation permit to enter Canada, contact Berardi Immigration Law today.
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  • Confused About Testing? Here’s What You Need to Know to Enter Canada

    Here’s the latest on testing at the border. Our office has been getting a ton of questions about which test you need to enter Canada as a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, so this video walks you through the specifics. Of course, if you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d […]
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  • Traveling to Canada under the “Vaccinated Traveler Exemption”

    As of August 9th, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can travel to Canada for non-essential purposes. Vaccinated travelers are also exempt from the quarantine and day-8 testing requirements previously implemented by the Canadian government.  How to qualify for the Vaccinated Traveler Exemption To qualify for the Vaccinated Traveler Exemption, an individual must […]
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  • Crossing the Border: Everything You Need to Know About Testing

    All travelers 5 years of age or older, regardless of citizenship, must provide proof of a COVID-19 test result to enter Canada. All travelers must provide one of the accepted types of tests, not an antigen test, including those who are fully vaccinated. Find out more in the video below, plus check out the Government […]
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  • Crossing the Border: How to Use the ArriveCAN App

    Berardi Immigration Law’s Tiffany McKenzie has a quick step-by-step on how to use the ArriveCAN app to enter Canada. Vaccinated American tourists can travel north as of Aug. 9, but there’s lots to know before you go. The Canadian government will start to allow entry to American citizens or permanent residents who can prove they […]
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  • What’s Going On At The Canadian Border?

    This week, the Canadian government announced the first step towards re-opening its international borders. Through a positive lens this is the first steps towards easing the restrictions that have been in place since March 2020. Through a more pointed lens, no plan or targets were announced which has led to outcries of frustration on both sides of […]
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  • Oh, You Didn’t Make the H-1B Cap? Have You Considered Canada?

    As of March 31st,2021, USCIS has notified employers and immigration counsels of the selected registrations in the H-1B lottery. If you or someone you know have not been selected, there are other potential options to consider. Similar to the U.S. H-1B Visa, Canada has a program which allows Canadian employers to hire foreign workers for […]
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  • Canada Remains One of the Strictest Countries to Travel Into

    As of February 21, 2021, new COVID testing and quarantine requirements have been set for travelling into Canada, making it one of the strictest countries regarding travel and border measures. This includes the requirements for both air and land travel into the country. All travelers, whether arriving by land or air are required to submit […]
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  • Changes to the IEC program

    The International Experience Canada (“IEC”) program is a youth mobility generally designed for individuals age 18-35 (from participating countries) to have the opportunity to travel, work, and/or live in Canada.  The requirements vary depending on the individual’s citizenship, and the youth mobility agreement in place between that country and Canada.   What happened to the IEC Program? […]
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