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  • TN Case Summary: Management Consultant

    In this video, Associate Attorney Zach Ahlstrom details a successful TN case that our client presented to Customs and Border Protection at the Peace Bridge port of entry located in Buffalo, New York. This client was applying for a TN under the Management Consultant designation. This TN designation is heavily scrutinized because it is one […]

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  • TN Case Summary: Car Dealership Consultant

    Zach Ahlstrom, Associate Attorney with Berardi Immigration Law, discusses one of his client’s recent successful TN applications presented to Customs and Border Protection at the Peace Bridge port of entry located in Buffalo, NY. Our client submitted under the TN Management Consultant designation. This designation is one of the most scrutinized TN categories. CBP wants […]

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  • TN Spotlight: Management Consultant

    The TN category permits citizens of Canada and Mexico to enter the U.S. to provide prearranged professional services to a U.S. entity. Under the regulations, there are 63 professional occupations under which an individual may qualify. One of these occupations is “Management Consultant.” How to Qualify as a Management Consultant To qualify for TN status […]

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  • E-1 Visas for Canadian Consultants & Professional Service Companies

    Canadian citizens can often gain entry to the US with greater ease than others; this preferential treatment for our friends across the border is linked to treaty provisions within the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). One of the first visa categories considered when analyzing U.S. employment authorization options for Canadian nationals is the TN […]

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  • TN Management Consultant Case Summary 2.4.2020

    Did you know that the Management Consultant classification is the only TN classification that does not require a bachelor’s degree? This forces Customs and Border Protection to look at Management Consultant cases microscopically as it is the most “abused” classification. In this situation, our client has had multiple TNs so we showed that our client’s work […]

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  • December Peace Bridge Recap

    Berardi Immigration Law presented 12 petitions to U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) on behalf of our clients during December 2016. This month most of our clients were submitting petitions for L-1A and TN status.  We provide highlights of two of these cases below: • Companies wishing to establish U.S. operations may use the L-1 category […]

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  • November Peace Bridge Recap

    November brought great success at the Peace Bridge for our clients. In each case, our clients and their dependent family members were accompanied by Berardi Immigration Law lawyers to ensure a smooth and stress-free application process. This month we presented many straightforward cases, but also a few complex matters.  TN Computer Systems Analyst with Differing […]

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  • Immigration-related Issues Brought to Closure at Peace Bridge

    Rosanna Berardi (our managing partner) and Jennifer Behm (our associate attorney) met with a total of six clients at the Peace Bridge this week to handle a variety of immigration-related issues. Each individual that we worked with was approved. Here’s a recap of how our team has been keeping busy with a variety of NAFTA […]

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  • Management Consultant TN is a Closely Scrutinized Visa Category

    Last week, our Associate Attorney Jennifer Early represented a client at the Peace Bridge who works as a Management Consultant for the international developer of water, sanitation and hygiene programs. CBP inspectors consider the Management Consultant category under NAFTA to be an invitation for fraud and abuse. To qualify for TN status under most NAFTA […]

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