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J1 visa for Canadian Permanent Resident- Medical training in the US

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Hi friends,

I wish if you can help me since i have no clue about this,

I am a canadian permanent resident,and will apply to match of 2012,

by that time i would not have the canadian passport, but have been living in canada for 3 years

after i do interviews in the US, and whether they select me for J1 or H1 visa,

can i have the visa (j1 or h1) issued from canada? or do i have to go back to the country whose passport i have although i have been living in canada for 3 years (place of last residence)

on the internet i read that permanent residents in canada are elligible to get letter (statement) of need from health canada if they have MCCEE, thats wht i understood,

but some guy tells me that they stamp the visas (h1 or j1) on your passport (which belongs to my country since i dont have a canadian passport)

can any kind soul help me on this?

Thank you so so much for your help

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