McInnes Cooper's Meghan Felt & Sarah McInnes in Canadian Lawyer InHouse | No NAFTA? No Problem – For Temporary Business Travel, That Is
November 7, 2017
By Meghan Felt, Partner at McInnes Cooper,
Sarah McInnes, Lawyer at McInnes Cooper
Canada’s most important trading relationship is – in all likelihood – about to change: the current U.S. administration has put the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) at risk. One of NAFTA’s key benefits is its role in facilitating cross-border mobility between Canada and the U.S. In their article, “No NAFTA? No problem – for temporary business travel, that is“, as published in the Canadian Lawyer InHouse, November 2017 (PDF here), McInnes Cooper Immigration Lawyers Meghan Felt and Sarah McInnes explain why he demise or drastic redrafting of NAFTA doesn’t necessarily mean the end of fast and stress-free business travel from the U.S. to Canada.
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