smarterer Tuesday, 01/28/20 09:01:18 PM Re: Retiredceo post# 243636 Post # of 301846 Quote:Louie.....thx. Not a real easy process I guess Retired, Easier than you might think. Under NAFTA--and I expect under USMCA, though I have not verified it--many professional licenses are accepted across the border, and if you have one you are treated as a free market commodity in trying to work in the other country. Among those treated in this manner are MDs. RNs, PEs (engineers), AICP or CIPs (certified urban planners), AIA- or CIA-certified architects and a host of others. The result is that Bellingham, WA, where I lived for many years, a number of local docs got their BC credentials approved--pretty pro forma, under NAFTA--due to the number of (lucrative) Canadian patients they saw. By having both licenses, the patients could get their followup meds in Canada, and additional Rx's could get phoned in if needed to pharmacies close to the patients once home in Canada. Alternatively, some had cross-border relationships with other professionals to share some of these responsibilities.