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Do I require a visa if I am working for a Canadian company in the U.S.?

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Hi,

I am a Canadian citizen. Do I need any visa if I am working for a Canadian company in the United States? I will be there for 1 week, and will be offering technical services. The end-client is a U.S.-based company.

If so, what visa do I need to apply for? Thanks.

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  1. Fadi Minawi on May 07, 2014 Reply

    Hello,

    Unfortunately you have not provided enough information to determine what kind of visa can work for you. Indicating that you will be “working” in the US, usually denotes that you will actually require a visa (even if you are not being paid). There can be exceptions depending on exactly what you are doing in the US. At the end, you will be much better off seeking a consultation with a professional.

    Regards,

    Fadi Minawi

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