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Old 05-14-2007, 07:47 AM
MattK MattK is offline
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Default Canadians Seeking US Employment

This question comes up from time to time, "I am a Canadian and would like to apply for work in the US as a corporate flight attendant. Am I eligible for employment?"

I have learned that there is a visa, TN-1, that Canadians can obtain in order to find work in the US. However, the position you are applying for MUST be on the list of "Professionals Who Qualify" in order for TN-1 to work for you. Without doubt I can assure you that flight crew ARE NOT covered on this list, therefore if you are are attempting to find work in the US as a corporate flight attendant this will not happen for you.

Top Echelon has a copy of that list posted on their site. They explain everything a person must do in order to qualify for US employment. Unfortunately, flight crew is not covered.

Of course, someone could be thinking, "What if I am assigned to a Canadian registered aircraft that is frequently based at the company's US base of operations. Would I still be eligible for work in the US?" I can't answer that question, but it would seem to indicate your normal base of operations is in Canada. The flight department would be able to clarify the issue for you should it exist.

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