No, you must be a citizen of Canada or Mexico to qualify under TN classification.
No, you must be a part-time or full-time employee to work in the U.S. under TN classification.
While USMCA requires the position to match one of the categories from its list, very few job titles have a perfect match. Our team has extensive experience with these applications, and we successfully help our clients to qualify under TN classification even if their position doesn’t perfectly fit into one of the listed categories.
Depending on their citizenship, your spouse and children under the age of 21 may be eligible to qualify as your dependents, known as TD status.
No, a TD visa does not allow its holders to work in the U.S., but it does allow them to live, study and reenter the U.S. at any time for the whole validity period.
Yes, you can extend your TN status. Your employer will need to file an extension on your behalf form within the U.S. Canadians may also extend their visa at the border.
TN visas are employer-specific, which means you can only work in the U.S. for the employer named on your TN visa. If you would like to work for another employer, you will have to apply for a new TN visa application. If you leave your job before your visa’s expiration date, you have 60 days to find another employer, change your status or leave the U.S.