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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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
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
[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 to work under USMCA. ] TN Visa Basics Usually, a citizen of […]Continue Reading
Why might a TN visa be denied? According to Nolo, the most common reasons for TN visas being denied are connected to a lack of evidence of eligibility. Some applicants may simply not be eligible (due to insufficient education or a potential job not correlating with any of the occupations on the NAFTA list), but […]Continue Reading
The United States tends to have strict rules about outsiders working within their borders. However, due to our proximity to the U.S. and the North American Free Trade Agreement, Canadians have an easier time than many other nations when it comes to obtaining legal employment within the United States. If you’re a Canadian computer systems […]Continue Reading
Compiling TN Visas for Software Engineers Putting together a TN visa application can be more complicated than organizing high quality computer code. Gaining access to the United States for the purposes of working within their borders is a tricky prospect, regardless of the occupation in which you specialize. The North American Free Trade Agreement sets […]Continue Reading
Thanks to NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, a specialized visa category exists – one designed to make temporary employment and residency in the United States easier for Canadian (and Mexican) nationals in certain designated professions. In fact, the TN Visa has distinct advantages over the traditional H-1 and L-1 visas used to retain […]Continue Reading
The North American Free Trade Agreement lists a variety of occupations that are in demand within the United States, allowing citizens of Canada to apply for a TN visa to live and work within the United States. Many of these careers, such as engineers, registered nurses and doctors, are well known as occupations that the United […]Continue Reading
Need help with your TN visa application? Unsure of what to do or where to go? Check out these 8 steps to help get your visa approved and you on your way to working in the United States: 1. Look for fixed-term job postings TN visas are only available for jobs which have an (initial) […]Continue Reading
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