Knowledgeable And Efficient Guidance For TN Visas
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) created a unique nonimmigrant status for qualified citizens of Canada and Mexico called a TN visa or TN status. TN visas were retained during the adoption of the successor to NAFTA, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), in 2020. A TN Visa gives skilled professionals expedited work authorization in the United States. Understanding who qualifies for a TN Visa and how to navigate the legal process can present many challenges for people who wish to work in the United States.
At Steven C. Thal, P.A., our knowledgeable immigration lawyers help citizens of Canada and Mexico obtain TN visas. Our Minnetonka office assists people not only in the greater Minneapolis area but around the world. You can schedule your free consultation now by calling us at or toll-free at 800-265-7441.
Understanding The Facts About TN Visas
To get a TN Visa, a citizen from Canada or Mexico must have a full-time or part-time job offer from a U.S. employer that falls within one of the 60 available professions. There are a wide range of job roles, from teacher to poultry scientist, but all positions require at least a bachelor’s degree or professional license. Additionally, all TN visa applicants must meet all admissibility requirements, such as no criminal convictions for crimes of moral turpitude.
Obtaining a TN visa allows the holder to work in the U.S. for up to three years and potentially extend the stay. TN visa holders may also be able to bring a spouse and children under the age of 21 to the U.S. Generally, a TN visa will be much faster and less expensive than other visas, but they are only for nonimmigrants who have a job offer available to them.
Learn Now How We Can Help
Our attorneys have decades of combined immigration experience and a long history of positive results for TN visa status applicants. We will work closely with you to understand your immigration goals, and our team will then create a personalized strategy on your behalf. You can call us now at 612-424-2942 or toll-free at 800-265-7441 to speak with the firm about your rights under U.S. immigration law. We are also available by email. Consultations are confidential.
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