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I am assuming that she wants to qualify to teach K-12 (elementary/secondary). If she wants to teach post-secondary, that will have different requirements. I notice her MA is in history. If she wants a qualification to teach history in Canada, she might need to take a course in Canadian or provincial history. She will have to apply for certification in ...


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Outside of the area of "cross-border commuter", this topic (working from home in another country) is not very well covered (if at all). The Austrian sites I looked through didn't mention this combination at all. The term Grenzgänger only applies to a person living and working within a certain distance from the border (for Germany/Austria: 30 km air ...


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No. While on H-1b status, you can only work for the employer that petitioned you for H-1b status. You are authorized to work only through 8 CFR 274a.12(b)(9): (b) Aliens authorized for employment with a specific employer incident to status or parole. The following classes of aliens are authorized to be employed in the United States by the specific employer ...


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I see two major hurdles which you'd need to overcome. Firstly, you would need to convince the company that the not-insignificant expense in both their time and money would be outweighed by having you working on-site in their office in the USA instead of remotely from London. Secondly, the company would have to convince the US Dept of Labor that there are no ...


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