TN Visa for Servicing Contracts – Canadian contractors and Canadian businesses with contracts to service U.S. based clients are able to obtain TN Visa status to service those contracts. As long as the services being performed fall under a TN Professions, the individual being sent to the U.S. qualifies for the profession, and there is a contract between the Canadian and U.S. entity, a TN visa is a possibility. This option allows those servicing contracts with U.S. companies the ability to quickly obtain TN Visa status to work in the U.S. If you require assistance with a TN visa for those servicing contracts with a U.S. entity, we can help. We have over 20+ years of success helping business professionals obtain TN visa status to service contracts in the United States.
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TN Visa for Servicing Contracts
Although most TN visas are issued to Canadian employees working for U.S. companies, U.S. immigration law also allows Canadian companies to sponsor their employees to obtain TN visas in order to perform services under pre-arranged contracts with U.S. companies. With a properly prepared TN visa application, TN status can be issued to allow the employees of the Canadian company to enter the United States under qualifying contracts. The most common scenarios where we see the need for TN visa status is for the employees of Canadians companies that supply IT or consulting services. Since these contractual relationships are often complex, it is best to work with a U.S. immigration lawyer experienced in preparing TN visa applications for Canadian companies and individuals with pre-existing contracts with U.S. companies.
TN Visa for Servicing Contracts, Requirements?
In order to qualify for a TN visa while servicing contracts in the United States either as an individual or business, you must be able to prove the following:
- Canadian citizenship;
- A pre-existing contract between the Canadian individual or company and a U.S. entity;
- The services being performed fall under an qualifying TN visa profession; AND
- The business professional qualifies for the TN visa profession.
TN Visa for Servicing Contracts, How long is the Visa?
If you can show that you meet the above listed requirements, the TN visa is typically issued for the duration of the contract to be serviced and no longer. The contract must have a start and end date. Open ended or auto renewing contracts are not accepted. The TN visa will typically cover the term of the contract not to exceed 3 years.
If you are a Canadian employer or individual that needs a TN Visa to service a pre-existing contract in the United States, we can help. Contact us today to see how we can help you obtain TN visa status.