Can an American own stock in a Canadian company?

Answer An American can own stock in a Canadian company, if the company has a listing in the U.S. and working with a brokerage firm, such as Ameritrade or Scottrade. Some Canadian companies do business in ... Read More »

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What was the first black owned company to be listed on the american stock exchange?

In 1991, BET Holdings, Inc. became the first black owned company to be traded on the New York Stock Exchange. BET Holdings, Inc. is the parent company of Black Entertainment Television (BET).Source... Read More »

Can a Canadian citizen hold a dual Canadian-American citizenship?

A Canadian citizen can hold a dual American-Canadian citizenship. The dual citizen must obey the laws of both countries. The United States requires the use of a U.S. passport to enter the country.S... Read More »

Can an American get Canadian dual citizenship by marrying a Canadian?

Can a company issue a Canadian working visa that is only good for that company?

Canadian working visas are issued by the federal Department of Immigration and Citizenship -- companies do not issue visas. All work permits are based on the recommendations of companies registered... Read More »