Re: JOBS: Tech Writers and Free Trade

Subject: Re: JOBS: Tech Writers and Free Trade
From: "Tony G. Rocco" <trocco -at- NAVIS -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 1997 10:33:06 -0800

A few questions about this NAFTA thing:

1) Does this NAFTA policy apply only to tech writers?

2) Is it reciprocal - can tech writers from the US work in Canada without a
special permit?

3) What about other NAFTA countries like Mexico? Do the same policies apply?

- tgr

At 8:53 AM -0700 10/21/97, Robyn Hume wrote:


>I know that Tech Writers from Canada can work without green cards in the
>US as part of the Free Trade agreement.

________________________________________

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the love of it, then you do it for a few friends,
and finally, you do it for the money.

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