On September 30th, the United States, Canada and Mexico officially unveiled their new trade agreement- USMCA. Many have followed the impending trade deal with concern about how a new trade deal would effect immigration to the US. This new trade deal will grant USMCA Trade National (TN) visas to Canadians. The new USMCA TN visa will function much […]Continue Reading
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The latest US immigration news about United States work visas and work permits, how to apply, rules and regulations. There are work permits and applications for temporary workers, business people, and even students. We discuss how to migrate to Canada after receiving a job offer. For more information on working in the US and the different programs offered, visit our United States work permit and visa section. We discuss how to migrate to Canada after receiving a job offer.
As many people know the Trump administration has been vocal about how much they hated the NAFTA deal. The United States came up with a completely new deal, instead of re-working NAFTA. Just before the midnight deadline on Sunday, the US and Canada agreed on a deal for USMCA or United States Mexico Canada Agreement. […]Continue Reading
[NAFTA is under revision. NAFTA will most likely turn into the USMCA (United States Mexico Canada Agreement). USMCA is expected to be approved in the beginning of 2019. Until then NAFTA will remain active and the visas under NAFTA are still available. Learn more about how the USMCA will affect Canadians. ] In 2018, the […]Continue Reading
When traveling or moving to the US for a job such as an engineer, there are many different requirements and regulations you ought to meet. Along with this, there are qualifications, degrees and connections that would very much help your case in obtaining a work visa to come to the United States. Visa Requirements for an […]Continue Reading
The United States offers exciting business opportunities to entrepreneurial individuals. The U.S. is known for being the largest consumer market and a hub of innovation. It also boasts a talented workforce and an abundance of resources. In addition, the United States is known for the competitive and robust nature of its market. Those wishing to […]Continue Reading
Can I work a Second Job while holding an H-1B Visa? Many people supplement their personal finances with a second job. However, if you are working in the United States on an H-1B visa, you must be careful. The H-1B visa is a visa that requires a sponsorship from your employer. This means that if […]Continue Reading
The United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) has reached their yearly 65,000 H-1B visa cap for the fiscal year of 2019. This means that anyone who is currently applying for an H-1B visa may not be accepted until 2020. There is an additional 20,000 applications to be approved for the US advanced degree exemption, […]Continue Reading
Every year, thousands of cooks and chefs from around the world come to the United States to expand their culinary knowledge and settle into a new home. The United States is known as the melting pot of the world, mixing endless ethnicities, nationalities, and culture into the food industry. There is an endless amount of […]Continue Reading
What is the H-1B Visa? The H-1B Visa is a work visa that allows highly skilled workers to work in the United States. A high skill worker is a worker with a University education or extensive work experience. To apply for this visa, you must have a current job offer from a United States Company. […]Continue Reading
Applying for a TN visa can be very confusing for many people, especially if you do not know much about it. Here, we have listed the most frequently asked questions about TN visas for both Canadians and Mexicans and provided the answers to them: Q: How long can you stay on a TN visa? A: Current […]Continue Reading
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