There is always what you call a "hassle" as far as Immigration. You would need to seek legal counsel to know how to go about this. Either you will be living in the U.S. with your wife or she will be living with you in Canada. Another option (I know two couples who have done this) is the wife remains a U.S. citizen and comes to Canada on a Visitors Visa and the same applies to her husband.
Of course a Canadian can marry an American most of the time if they are adults and not married to another person at the time they want to get married.
It is legally possible.
Canadian cheese is made in Canada. Canada is in America. Hence Canadian cheese is American cheese.
I have a dual citizen ship and am both Canadian and American You can do this by Immigrating to Canada
The line between Canada and the Unites States is called the Canadian-American border or American-Canadian border.
No, they use Canadian money, the Canadian Dollar.
That depends on how you define "American" and "Canadian". An American can certainly move to Canada and become a citizen, but you still will not be a "true" Canadian, as you were not born in Canada.
Only if you apply to become a Canadian citizen. Once you get residency in Canada you can apply for provincial healthcare.
according to my ex whose Canadian its 18
Yes they can.... You can marry anyone in Canada.... :3
No, he is not a Canadian, he is an American from California.
Yes, just like you can drive an American car in Canada.
Yes, if they happened to get a citizenship for Canada.
In proper english, yes. If you're really a Canadian citizen then you'd have a Canadian passport. The only reason you wouldn't be allowed to leave Canada is to go to certain 3rd world or war-torn countries. The American government can't stop you from leaving Canada if you're a Canadian citizen.
American Girls are not available in Canada. However, Canada has their own Canadian Girl, called Maplelea Girls.
You can marry where you want, I THINK!!
No. You will need to buy Canadian stamps to mail anything from Canada.
Canada was invaded by the American Patriots with the help of Canadian Regiments during the American Revolution. They fought against the British Army and the British Quebec Canadian Militia. The result was a defeat for the American Patriots.
The marriage would normally be recognized in Canada- but simply being married to a Canadian wouldn't give the American any right to live in Canada (if that's what you're really trying to find out).
No, she is Canadian, from Napanee Ontario Canada to be exact.
Your partner will need to get Canadian citizenship. Since you already live in Canada, then it will not be a problem for you.Ê
All Canadian and American citizens need passports to travel to Mexico. The main reason they need the passport is to reenter Canada or the United States.
Yes, they can and are. Canada will recognize the child naturally because they were born on Canadian soil, and to a Canadian parent. The child will also inherit the US Citizenship of the American Parent, although the Parent will have to declare the child to the U.S. Consulate showing their proof of citizenship as well as the child's Canadian birth certificate.
All of the main characters on "Friends" were American. However, actor Mathew Perry is Canadian-American and Matt Leblanc has Canadian roots.
American, Canada uses the Metric system, MM/CM/meters/ and Kilometers.
a few Canadian beers ;-) If you meant "what does an American citizen need to get MARRIED in Canada" then re-post your question