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Hi to make a long story short. My 8 year old daughter was diagnosed with cold urticaria (Allergic to cold air/water/food etc) And we live in Toronto Ontario CANADA. Our winters are too bad for her and she is confined to the house, when it gets too cold she cant even go from the house to the car without badly reacting to the cold. Therefore my husband and I are looking into relocating to south united states during winters. The only problem is we would need to find work while we are there for the winters and want to know what has to be done to get a working visa based on our daughter health condition. My daughter does NOT need any medical treatments she just needs to be away from the cold weather.

IF ANYONE COULD PLEASE ADVISE US ON WHAT WE CAN AND SHOULD DO IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
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I honestly have never come across a visa for such a case. You can always apply for B2 and join the snow birds while one parent stays in Canada.

Does one of you qualify for NAFTA or H1B or has the option to for intercompany transfer?
 

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Why USA? You might have better luck with a humanitarian visa or some other kind of visa to Australia, which I might add australia is very receptive to Canada because of the ties to the commonwealth.
 
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