An immigration lawyer in Halifax says her office has been getting more and more calls from Americans and people in the U.S. seeking options to move out.
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Several of them work on both sides of the border by virtue of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), an agreement President Donald Trump has said he will renegotiate.
“That makes people uneasy,” Liz Wozniak told Global News Thursday.
She said there is concern over whether people with current work visas will lose their visas or face other difficulties.
Only one week into Trump’s presidency, Wozniak said it may be too soon for people to start thinking about moving.
“At this point we’re telling those people generally, stay put, you’re not a refugee to Canada yet,” Wozniak said.
She added that her office has also fielded calls from…