TN Visa: Virginia Visa Attorney
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Under the North American Free Trade Act, or "NAFTA," citizens of Canada and Mexico have a clear route to obtaining a visa to live and work in the United States temporarily. The NAFTA program makes it possible for U.S., Canadian and Mexican citizens to work in each other's countries in the capacity of certain professional occupations. It is similar to the H-1B visa, with some other additional unique features. The TN set of occupations authorize an American, Canadian or Mexican to work for up to three years at a time and the TN status is renewable indefinitely for three-year periods. This does not mean that is necessarily that it is a permanent visa. If U.S. immigration officials suspect the TN visa is actually being used as replacement for a green card, it could lead to a denial of further renewals. The set of occupations granted TN status is more limited than the set for an H-1B visa, and is a good option for those who don't quite fit into H-1B eligibility. Of course, TN visas are also granted for the children and spouses of those visiting workers with a TN visa.
NAFTA Visas: TN Visa Attorney in Virginia
The immigration attorneys at Fayad Law, P.C. have helped hundreds of client over the years obtain their TN visas, and subsequent renewals. If you are seeking assistance with an initial filing, a renewal, or just have questions regarding TN visas or any other immigration matter, please contact our offices today and schedule a free initial consultation. As members of the American Immigration Lawyers' Association we are always up to date on rule and procedure updates which can save months of delay when working with USCIS in applying for an immigration benefit. We have been practicing immigration law and helping our clients since 2004.
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