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I am a Native American Indian, so my understanding is I am able to freely cross the border and live/work/invest or go to school in either country.  I am a Canadian citizen residing in BC at the present time. I work for the federal government and am just curious if I am able to live in the USA and still keep my job in Canada and just cross back and forth everyday?  I feel as though logistically I can, however I just wonder if the Canadian government can say anything about where I reside, as far as my job is concerned?  TIA

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~~Moved to the Canada Forum, from General Immigration - As some parts of the OP's questions are country specific.~~


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Your work could have restrictions. 

Your deductions would have to be switched over and deduct as a non resident.

Health insurance would no longer cover you as you would no longer be a resident. Health insurance is residency based not citizenship. 

 

I'm sure you've looked at this link before. Just in case you haven't or others come along this thread it may help. 

https://www.washingtonlawhelp.org/resource/the-jay-treaty

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K-1 & 4 K-2'S
Filed 05-09-07
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Married 06-21-08
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Cards Received02-22-11
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Oath 06-29-12

Citizenship for older 2 boys

Filed 03/08/2014

NOA/fee waiver 03/19/2014

Biometrics 04/15/14

Interview 05/29/14

In line for Oath 06/20/14

Oath 09/19/2014 We are all done! All USC no more USCIS

 

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20 hours ago, Ontarkie said:

Your work could have restrictions. 

Your deductions would have to be switched over and deduct as a non resident.

Health insurance would no longer cover you as you would no longer be a resident. Health insurance is residency based not citizenship. 

 

I'm sure you've looked at this link before. Just in case you haven't or others come along this thread it may help. 

https://www.washingtonlawhelp.org/resource/the-jay-treaty

Thank you for your help :) 

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