What happens if a US citizen marries a Canadian?
A Canadian citizen who has married a U.S. citizen is generally entitled to apply for permanent residency. The U.S. citizen spouse will file a form known as “Petition for Alien Relative” with the USCIS, petitioning for the Canadian spouse to become a U.S. permanent resident.
How long can a Canadian stay in the US if married to a US citizen?
In actual fact, the rule is that on any particular visit, a Canadian can stay in the United States for no longer than six months. However, a Canadian may very well be able to stay in the U.S. for longer than six months cumulative time in any given calendar year, provided they are not trying to live there permanently.
Can you be a Canadian and US citizen at the same time?
Under the right circumstances, you are allowed to become a citizen of both Canada and the United States, simultaneously. Many people enjoy the benefits of dual citizenship, allowing them to to travel back and forth freely, vote, and otherwise take advantage of the rights of citizens in both countries.
What does an American have to do to move to Canada?
Immigration to Canada from the USA as a permanent resident Applicants will need to become eligible under one of the following federal economic immigration programs: The Federal Skilled Worker Program; The Canadian Experience Class; or. The Federal Skilled Trades Program.