Are you a Canadian professional seeking employment in the U.S.? If yes, then this post is for you. Discover why the TN visa, part of the NAFTA agreement, is a highly recommended route for Canadian professionals.
TN Visa successfully granted for a Social Worker specializing in autism services. Our client received an offer to provide care to individuals diagnosed with autism. We lent our expertise in readying a TN visa application for a social worker who will be assisting patients with autism, which was subsequently approved. Here, we delve into the details of this approval.
TN Visa Approved for Computer Systems Analyst after Initial Denial. Our client was denied TN Visa status at a port of entry due to several factors in their TN Visa application. The main issue was the education evaluation and qualifications as a Computer Systems Analyst. We were able to assist in preparing a TN visa application that was approved. We discuss the approval 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.
A deep dive into the specifics of TN visa applications for data scientists. We explore how this profession is classified, comparable professions recognized under USMCA, and crucial steps to qualify for TN Visa status.
Deciphering the TN Visa requirements can be challenging. Our in-depth guide will help you understand if your job offer qualifies for a TN Visa. We’ll discuss key concepts like USMCA professions, qualifications, job duties, and when you might need a lawyer for your TN Visa application.
Can Project Managers or Operations Managers apply for a TN Visa under USMCA? While neither profession is explicitly listed in the official documents, certain circumstances could potentially qualify these roles. Here’s an in-depth look at this complex issue.
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 NAFTA has since been replaced by the US Mexico Canada Agreement, the USCMA.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.
Are you a Canadian or Mexican citizen who holds a visitor visa in the US? Discover how you may be able to convert your visitor visa into a TN Visa without leaving the country. Read on to learn about the conditions that must be met and the process involved.
Understanding the expectations and nuances of a TN Visa interview can significantly boost your confidence and chances of a smooth process. This guide provides an insightful walkthrough, drawing from first-hand experiences of seasoned TN Visa lawyers.