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PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 6:45 am
 


Title: U.S. broker tells Canadian clients living in the States to take their business elsewhere | Financial Post
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Posted By: shockedcanadian
Date: 2016-04-26 06:35:24
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Bottom line: if you want to live in America, prosper from opportunities offered (which you certainly wouldn't have had in Canada) and enjoy the freedoms offered, become an American citizen.

There is a semi-famous Canadian who has been living in the U.S for the past 20 years and he has some very strong words about the current U.S election process. He is not even a dual citizen and I was thinking to myself "you speak out in this manner and you don't even have enough respect for your American home to become a citizen?". I don't even think a dual citizenship is acceptable after two decades, he should become an American citizen and denounce his Canadian citizenship. Some treat America life a flop house.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 6:52 am
 


So, when are you moving there?


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shockedcanadian wrote:
Bottom line: if you want to live in America, prosper from opportunities offered (which you certainly wouldn't have had in Canada) and enjoy the freedoms offered, become an American citizen.

There is a semi-famous Canadian who has been living in the U.S for the past 20 years and he has some very strong words about the current U.S election process. He is not even a dual citizen and I was thinking to myself "you speak out in this manner and you don't even have enough respect for your American home to become a citizen?". I don't even think a dual citizenship is acceptable after two decades, he should become an American citizen and denounce his Canadian citizenship. Some treat America life a flop house.

That's an interesting story. I lived in a small town in Northern BC that was host to an abnormally large population of Americans that moved there during the vietnam war. No one really complained though. They contributed to the community and the economy.


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