Sarah McInnes & Meghan Felt in Canada's Immigration & Citizenship Bulletin | No NAFTA? No problem - for temporary business travel, that is
January 29, 2018
By Sarah McInnes, Associate at McInnes Cooper,
Meghan Felt, Partner at McInnes Cooper
It’s very likely that Canada’s most important trading relationship is about to change as the U.S. and Canada continue to negotiate a new North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Facilitating cross-border mobility between Canada and the U.S. is a key benefits of NAFTA. And while NAFTA remains vital to that cross-border immigration, its alteration – or even demise – won’t necessarily end the quick and easy business travel from the U.S. to Canada. McInnes Cooper Immigration lawyers Sarah McInnes and Meghan Felt explain why in their article, “No NAFTA? No problem – for temporary business travel, that is” (PDF) as published by Thomson Reuters’ Canada’s Immigration & Citizenship Bulletin, No. 10, 2017.
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