U.S. visitor visas for Canadian permanent residents
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This article reviews various immigration options including U.S. visitor visas for Canadian permanent residents, moving from the quickest, easiest and cheapest through to the options that take the longest time, are the hardest to take advantage of and cost the most. If you are in a hurry to move to the United States or Canada you will first want to get a non-immigrant work visa and later apply for permanent resident status. Indeed, in most employment-based or business/investment-based applications for permanent residence this two-step approach is best whether you are headed to the US or Canada. While this article is focused on business or executives in North America headed south-bound or north-bound, including U.S. visitor visas for Canadian permanent residents, much of what is presented remains the same for professionals and executives from other parts of the world traveling to North America. To be certain of your status you should always consult an immigration lawyer about your specific circumstances before traveling.