Hi, first-time post for me here on ET, have been reading forums on and off for a while though, and have learned some interesting stuff (while weeding through a lot of crap too ) I'm a Canadian citizen and have been trading retail in Canada (only US equities however) for a couple years now. I don't daytrade but take long or short positions almost always just overnight but sometimes for a couple days max. I realize that (well I think anyways ) at a Prop firm I stand to make a much better income using leverage to trade. I've read on here about a few firms, with the most reputable ones being First NY, RBC/Carlin, and Bright. FNY and RBC seem like a better fit for me as they seem to lean a little more to position trading rather than day-trading which seems to be what Bright is going for, although the former two i think take a percentage of profit besides just commissions (i'm ok with this). Unfortunately "Trader" isn't on any list of professions for US-Visa programs for Canadians..... Does anyone know if any of these firms can hire Canadians to work remotely in Canada? The only Prop firms I'm aware of in Canada are Swift and Title, neither of which I've heard great things about, and as well they appear to be strictly daytrading firms which i'm not too interested in since i've never done that style of trading... Any insight as to trading remote for a US firm in Canada, or any Prop firms in Canada that allow overnight/position trading would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!