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[quotePersonally I dont think this should be, [/quote] There are a lot of things that I think should not be, but alas, there are! As previously said, you cannot even work on your Aunt's fence even if you are not being paid. The govt.is pretty strict. I would not mess with it in this climate and I live here. Just do not work for those 2 months that she is here. Without a work permit you can be deported or worse. You do not want to deal with that, not worth it. If you spoke to the US consulate then that is your authority.
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[quote=Margaret P.] As previously said, you cannot even work on your Aunt's fence even if you are not being paid. [/quote] Forgot to mentioned the whole hour they were being questioned, They were told that they can't, They said Why not? Its their aunts house, and every one are relatives. They were left alone, but I guess they were left alone since all has the same family name. Sure is really strange. Laws are really a matter of Interpretation.