Tag Info

New answers tagged


The line between work and business can be blurry. You are allowed in for business, but not for work. Say you are in a retail store, you operate the cash register, and for each hour you spend in the store, the store (company) gives you (a human) $8 US less some deductions. Clearly, you're working. Say you run a consulting company and some of your staff will ...


All that matters to the US is that you leave before your 90 days has expired, with the caveat that going to Canada and returning is not considered "leaving". For example, if you are in the US for 80 days and then Canada for 7 days, then you have a remaining 3 days (80 + 7 + 3 = 90) to depart the US. Note that you may depart the US by going to Canada and ...

Top 50 recent answers are included