I currently work in Canada but I want to move to and work in Florida
You will need to find an employer willing to sponsor you in Florida. Consult an attorney to determine all options available to you.
By returning to Canada and looking for a job there. Being a Canadian citizen does not authorize you to work in Florida.
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You will need an employer and be able to qualify for a temporary work status in the US.
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