Only if you apply to become a Canadian citizen. Once you get residency in Canada you can apply for provincial healthcare.
The CSA (Canadian Space Agency) is Canada's national space agency, and is tasked with training of Canadian astronauts, maintenance of the Canadarm on the ISS and the RADARSAT system, and maintaining Canada's place as a leader in space technology. NASA is an agency of the American government and has no jurisdiction in Canada.
I don't know why Americans have so much trouble with this fundamental principle: If you are living in another country, then you are subject to the laws of that country. That includes Family Law. It doesn't matter where you come from (even the USA) or where you're living. So, yes, if the child is a resident of Canada, it is subject to the rulings of a Canadian court. A Canadian judge can appoint a guardian for an American child living in Canada. The guardian may be Canadian; it may be an American resident in Canada. The main criteria is suitability, not nationality.
The Canadian Goose.
Not if you are Canadian
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).
Canada's healthcare is free to all of their citizens. The healthcare is payed for by the money that is collected through the sales taxes. This healthcare insures all of Canada's residents.
no, he needs to get a 3 year stay
I have a dual citizen ship and am both Canadian and American You can do this by Immigrating to Canada
Canadian cheese is made in Canada. Canada is in America. Hence Canadian cheese is American cheese.
Any questions you have you should refer them to the Canada CIC. It is not impossible for the Canadian to sponsor you if he/she filed for bankruptcy but it does make it more difficult. Mainly they have to be able to AFFORD to take care of you once youre in Canada. But refer to the CIC. Google it. Canada CIC for all info. Good luck
A Canadian marrying someone in a Canadian Mission is considered to have been on Canadian territory where Canadian laws apply
No, they use Canadian money, the Canadian Dollar.
The line between Canada and the Unites States is called the Canadian-American border or American-Canadian border.
No, he is not a Canadian, he is an American from California.
Yes they can.... You can marry anyone in Canada.... :3
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.