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Month: July 2019

US immigration requirements for citizenship applications

Jul 24, 2019 | U.S. Immigration

Anyone in British Columbia who is also a holder of a green card might have questions about becoming a United States citizen. Under U.S. immigration laws, applicants must meet specific requirements before they could qualify for citizenship. The first is the applicant’s age. He or she must be 18 or older, except if the person … Continue reading “US immigration requirements for citizenship applications”

US immigration options for British Columbia truckers

Jul 10, 2019 | U.S. Immigration

Tens of thousands of commercial vehicle drivers haul cargo across the border to and from the United States. Working on tight schedules and having to meet deadlines can be challenging if valuable time is wasted during each border crossing. Fortunately, an agreement between U.S. Immigration and the government of Canada seeks to simplify that process. … Continue reading “US immigration options for British Columbia truckers”

Being proactive might prevent cross-border personal injury

Jul 3, 2019 | Cross-border Personal Injury

Drivers who frequently travel between Vancouver and Seattle know that they will always be vulnerable. Even when driving in perfect weather, anyone can fall victim to a distracted driver in another vehicle. Dealing with cross-border personal injury can be daunting. One precaution may be to learn how to become a proactive driver because that could … Continue reading “Being proactive might prevent cross-border personal injury”