The U.S. medical sector is increasingly reliant on foreign-trained professionals to maintain its staffing standards. Registered nurses from Canada and Mexico are prominent figures in this landscape, often entering under the TN visa status granted by the USMCA. We are proud to have guided countless such professionals through the process, ensuring they can contribute to U.S. healthcare without hassle.
If you’re a Canadian or Mexican citizen looking to engage in professional business activities in the United States, the TN visa status is a potential route for you. However, there are several myths associated with this non-immigrant visa that can create confusion. In this guide, we debunk some of these common misconceptions and provide clarity on the realities of TN status.
Read our latest success story where we helped a real estate economist secure his TN Visa status. Our unique approach to handling visa applications and our thorough understanding of the real estate industry made this possible. Read on for a firsthand account of this experience from our satisfied client.
We often assist those in health care professions to obtain TN Visa status. One of the most common healthcare professions for TN visa status is registered nurse. We have helped hundreds of registered nurses obtain TN visa status. A recent client left us a wonderful review after obtaining her TN visa status.
Enjoying the freedom of unrestricted travel under TN Visa status as a U.S. employee has its nuances. If your journey takes you outside U.S. borders for a prolonged period, be aware that Customs and Border Protection (CBP) may examine the consistency of your employment and TN Visa status during your absence. Explore our comprehensive guide on managing extended travel while safeguarding your TN Visa status.
Once you have been approved for TN visa status to work in the United States, you will often have many questions. To address these questions, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions from clients working in the United States under TN Visa status. The following FAQs will guide you as you work and live in the United States under TN visa status.
The USMCA lists specific professions for TN Visa eligibility. Trade professions like welding, carpentry, and others, though integral to various industries, unfortunately do not qualify according to the agreement’s guidelines.
Unravel the various US work visa options available for internationally trained nurses. With a high demand for nursing professionals in the US, understand your eligibility and the steps to secure TN, E-3, H-1B visas, and a path to US permanent residence.
Employers of foreign nationals need to be aware of and meet certain requirements when an employee quits or is terminated. Some non-immigrant visa categories have more requirements than others. Employers of Canadian or Mexican professionals under TN visa status should be knowledgeable of these requirements. We discuss employer requirements when an employee under TN visa status quits or is terminated here.
Except in the case of K and E visas, Canadians are visa exempt. Giving Canadians easy access to travel to and from the United States. Even with visa-exempt status, Canadians need to be mindful of the limits of their status as visitors. We were able to assist a Canadian client that had been denied TN visa status due to unauthorized activities while visiting the US, to overcome the denial and obtain TN Visa status. Read more about our client’s journey to overcome the TN denial here.