Professionals in medical and allied professions not listed under the USCMA, often look at closely related professions to try and obtain TN visa status. Medical Sonographers and Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians often look to the TN profession of Medical Lab Technicians and Technologists for TN visa status. We review the TN profession of Medical Lab Technicians and Technologists, the requirements, and who qualifies here.
After you have been approved for an immigrant or non-immigrant visa allowing you to work and live in the United States, you might have household belongings you wish to bring with you. Prior to moving any belongings to the United States, there are procedures you need to be aware of before moving your belongings. Find out about the process of bringing your belongings to the United States here.
Your TN Visa status has been approved, Congratulations! You are now authorized to legally work and live in the United States. As you commence your employment in the United States under TN visa status there are a few key points you should keep in mind. We cover some key points here.
If you have been issued TN visa status to work inside the United States, your spouse and minor children also qualify to live in the United States with you under TD visa status as your dependents. Your qualifying dependents can obtain TD status at the same time you obtain your TN status, or anytime thereafter. Find out what your dependants need to obtain TD visa status.
TN Visa status is work authorization issued under the US Mexican Canada Agreement (USCMA). The USMCA replaces the previous North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). TN Visa status is available to both Canadian citizens (TN-1) and Mexican citizens (TN-2) working in the United States under any of the designated TN professions. Once your TN visa status has been issued, you will be authorized to work and live in the USA. You are also able to travel on your TN Visa.
The maximum time period a TN visa can be issued per admission is three (3) years. When determining the period of admission the reviewing CBP Officer can take several factors into account. We discuss these factors and how long your TN visa will be valid here.
In the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USCMA) there is no specific requirement for English language ability. However, your ability to speak English may be a factor in considering your ability to perform the duties of the position offered. See how your ability to speak English might impact your TN visa application.
Under the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USCMA) TN professionals are not subject to the two-year home residency requirement. Since USMCA professionals are not subject to the two-year home residency requirement they are still able to obtain TN visa status. See how the J-1 two-year home residency requirement applies to TN visa holders here.
Before any foreign national can work in the United States, they must obtain proper work authorization. This is commonly referred to as a work visa. There are several different work visas available for Mexicans to work and live in the United States. See what options are available for Mexicans to work and live in the United States.
The requirements for TN Visa status as a Computer Systems analyst can be confusing as there are several ways to qualify. In addition, the qualifications are based on North American degrees. This can be especially confusing for professionals educated outside of North America We review the TN profession of Computer Systems Analyst (CSA), the requirements, and who qualifies here.