TN Visa Employment Rules for Canadians and Mexicans
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TN Visa Employment Rules for Canadians and Mexicans

The TN Visa, under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), provides a unique opportunity for Canadian and Mexican citizens to engage in professional employment in the United States. Understanding the specific requirements and conditions of the TN Visa is important for professionals seeking to work in the U.S. This blog reviews how employment is defined under the USMCA for TN Visa holders. 

Five Myths about TN Visas for Canadians and Mexicans
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Five Myths about TN Visas for Canadians and Mexicans

The TN visa status, a non-immigrant category established under the USMCA (NAFTA), offers Canadian and Mexican citizens a valuable opportunity to engage in professional activities within the United States. Understanding the nuances of this visa can streamline the process of navigating U.S. immigration law, ensuring that potential applicants can make informed decisions and sidestep common pitfalls. This article overcomes five TN visa status myths.

Extending Your Stay in the U.S. with an Expired TN Visa Stamp: A Guide for Mexican Citizens

Extending Your Stay in the U.S. with an Expired TN Visa Stamp: A Guide for Mexican Citizens

Do you know that as a Mexican citizen, you can continue to stay in the U.S., even with an expired TN visa stamp in your passport? The key lies in maintaining your status and timely filing of Form I-129 with the USCIS. Plus, there’s a provision called automatic visa revalidation that lets you travel. Learn about the process!

Automatic Visa Revalidation for Mexican TN Visa Holders

Automatic Visa Revalidation for Mexican TN Visa Holders

For Mexican citizens on a TN Visa, understanding traveling with an expired visa stamp is essential. This is where Automatic Visa Revalidation (AVR) becomes a critical tool, applicable under specific circumstances, particularly after a USCIS-approved extension of your TN Visa status. We explain the AVR process for Mexican TN visa holders here. 

Commuter Green Cards: A Guide for Canadians and Mexicans
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Commuter Green Cards: A Guide for Canadians and Mexicans

Maintaining lawful US permanent resident status (LPR or Green Card) typically requires residing in the United States. However, for green card holders living in Canada or Mexico but working in the US, “commuter status” offers a unique solution. This status allows them to maintain their LPR status while commuting for employment. We explain green card commuter status here. 

New 1-Year and 4-Year TN Visa Stamps for Mexican Nationals

New 1-Year and 4-Year TN Visa Stamps for Mexican Nationals

Discover the heightened flexibility for Mexican nationals seeking TN Visa stamps with the recent policy updates from the US Department of State. This comprehensive guide delves into the extended validity options, revised reciprocity fees, and the crucial distinction between TN Visa stamps and I-94 records.