we move to canada
can i move to canada and still be a us citizen?how to sneak into canada for health carehow to screw the air miles
To be fair to Mr. 2... You can cross legally. You must meet the requirements to be considered a "visitor" though (no need to sneak in, unless you're a convicted felon or something). Seeking healthcare is a valid reason for coming in, but you must be able to prove (if asked) that you can pay for it and intend on leaving.Again, you can get healthcare in Canada, but it's not free! You still have to pay for it. HOWEVER, if you don't have insurance, you'll find healthcare in Canada *much* cheaper than paying for the same perscription/treatment/diagnostic exam in the US.I know there's some uninsured in some US border towns who step across the border for treatment 'cause it's less than half the price than on their side of the border.
How did I know that you would post this?
'cause you know I was recently in Moncton and had to bring my US-based co-worker to the walk-in clinic?
And thank you! I wanted to keep the SSOD post short, but it's good to have the full story.
'cause you know I was recently in Moncton and had to bring my US-based co-worker to the walk-in clinic?No! Because you know about border stuff and are into rules and regulations. And because you like search strings. :)
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures!
It's out of my hands now. I've delegated it.
I've delegated it.And I can't hear you ..... la la la ....
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