As a Mexican citizen can I travel with an expired TN visa stamp?
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As a Mexican citizen can I travel with an expired TN visa stamp?

If you are a Mexican citizen working in the United States on a TN Visa with an expired TN visa stamp, you might be able to travel under automatic visa revalidation. Before you travel, make sure you meet the criteria to re-enter the United States. We discuss automatic visa revalidation as it applies to Mexican citizens with expired TN visa stamps here.

1-Year and 4-Year TN Visa Stamps for Mexican Citizens
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1-Year and 4-Year TN Visa Stamps for Mexican Citizens

The US Department of State now offers Mexican citizens the option of a 1-year or a 4-year TN Visa stamp. This change allows for increased travel authorization for Mexican citizens for an added fee. We discuss the 1-year and 4-year TN Visa stamp options for Mexican citizens here.

I-94 Expiration Date: Why is it important?
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I-94 Expiration Date: Why is it important?

When you enter the  US temporarily for work or pleasure you are issued an I-94 record of admission.  The I-94 is issued by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and is a record of lawful inspection and admission to the US. It is up to you to verify the terms of your admission on the I-94 and maintain your legal status in the US. We discuss the importance of CBP Form I-94 and your expiration date here.

CBP Update – Travelers to the US at a land border should apply for an I-94 in Advance
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CBP Update – Travelers to the US at a land border should apply for an I-94 in Advance

April 29, 2022 – CBP Update – Travelers to the US at a land border should apply for an I-94 in Advance – US Customs and Border Protection (CBP is asking that travelers to the United States that required a Form I-94 apply for and complete it prior to seeking admission. The goal is to reduce wait times at land borders during the peak summer travel months. Find out if you need Form I-94 and how to complete one. 

How do I get TN visa status as a Mexican citizen?
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How do I get TN visa status as a Mexican citizen?

The Trade NAFTA (TN) category was developed as part of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) for Mexican and Canadian citizens to work and live in the United States temporarily. NAFTA has since been replaced by the US Mexico Canada Agreement, the USCMA. The USMCA adopted the major parts of NAFTA dealing with Mexican (TN-2 Visa) and Canadian (TN-1 Visa) citizens working in the US. Under the USCMA citizens of Mexico are allowed to work in the US under certain NAFTA professions in TN-2 visa status. Permanent residents of Mexico are not eligible for TN-2 Visa status. Find out what you need to get TN-2 status as a Mexican citizen. 

How do I correct a mistake on my I-94 at a CBP deferred inspection site?
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How do I correct a mistake on my I-94 at a CBP deferred inspection site?

When entering the United States it is important that your entry is properly recorded by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). If your entry was recorded improperly, you should get it corrected as soon as possible. This can be done through one of the many deferred inspection sites in the United States. Here’s how it works.