Our client had an approved I-130 pending NVC processing but has also received an offer to work in the United States. We assisted our client to obtain a TN Visa and then eventually a green card. We discuss the process of going from a TN Visa with the approved I-130 to a green card here.
Family-based US immigration can be a long and complicated process. A proper understanding of the rules and wait times often determines the best approach forward. We recently helped a US citizen sponsor his father and mother for green cards. Due to wait times, after the father was approved, he was able to sponsor the sister for a green card. We explain their immigration journey and why this path was the best for their situation here.
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) authorizes qualified Mexican and Canadian citizens to accept employment in the United States in TN visa status for designated USMCA professions. Although qualified Mexican and Canadian citizens can qualify for TN visa status, there are differences in the procedures for each country. We discuss the differences in TN Visa status for both Mexican and Canadian citizens here.
Discover the unique opportunities that the E-3 visa program presents to U.S. employers. From no lottery constraints and unlimited renewals to low costs and simple transfers, this special visa type is available only to Australian citizens. Here’s why the E-3 Visa could be a game-changer for your hiring strategy.
The TN Visa under USMCA (NAFTA) makes it easier for Canadian and Mexican citizens to legally work and live in the United States. The TN Visa is a nonimmigrant visa that is valid for up to three (3) years at a time and can be renewed indefinitely. Technically, anyone with a nonimmigrant visa that meets the permanent residency requirements may apply for a green card. However, the “intent to stay,” can create problems for a TN Visa holder. We discuss going from a TN Visa to a green card here.