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Company changed to service air then we all worked for them doing same jobs but diffident airlines

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Anytime as long as is full time job

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No thy can not it has to be Canadian or landed ingredients to have work permits

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Traité bien les travailleurs, bien le paye

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You have to have a Canadian passport as it's easier for the airline. They don't have to manage many different permissions for each country. If one country black list U.S. passports or changes the requirements but not canadian now they have to manage who can fly there or what documents they need to get for that person. It's not worth it for them.

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Depends what position you are applying for, but being an airline it operates 24/7

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No. Just know how to work as part of a team

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