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Tag: TN Visas

  • Bridging Borders: Celebrating a 3-year TN approval for a Civil Engineer

    Our firm is proud to announce a recent TN approval for a Canadian citizen who needs to come to the U.S. periodically to work on projects as a Civil Engineer on behalf of a U.S. engineering firm. This approval marks a pivotal step in the engineer’s career and reinforces the bridge of talent and expertise […]
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  • TN Visa: A Bright Alternative for Canadian & Mexican Students Not Selected in the H-1B Lottery

    If you’re a Canadian or Mexican citizen and are feeling down because you weren’t selected in the H-1B visa lottery, we’ve got some good news for you: the TN visa category could be saving grace for staying in the U.S. Every year, thousands of international students face the uncertainty of the H-1B lottery, a process […]
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  • A Canadian Accountant’s TN Success Story

    Navigating U.S. immigration law to secure a TN work permit can be a daunting process. We’re excited to share a success story from Berardi Immigration Law, showcasing how careful preparation and understanding of immigration requirements can lead to positive outcomes. This story features a Canadian accountant who successfully obtained TN status, highlighting key steps and […]
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  • Why TN Visa Holders Can’t Be Self-Employed by the Sponsoring Employer

    Today, we’re diving into an important topic for those looking to work in the U.S. under the TN visa category: why self-employment is a no-go. If you’re researching the complexities of immigration law or just curious about your options, you’re in the right place. First off, let’s understand what the TN visa category is all […]
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  • Concurrent Employment for NIV Status

    Concurrent employment allows a nonimmigrant visa holder to work for multiple employers simultaneously under the same visa category. Each employer must file a separate petition and receive the requisite approvals from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Essentially, an individual can work for more than one employer, but each employment relationship must be independently […]
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  • USCIS Notice to Amend H-1B Regulations

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently proposed to amend its regulations governing H-1B specialty occupation workers to modernize and improve the efficiency of the H-1B program, add benefits and flexibilities, and improve integrity measures. Some of the proposed provisions would narrowly impact other nonimmigrant classifications, including: E-3, F-1, H-2, H-3, L-1, O, P, […]
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  • What To Expect At a TN Visa Interview: Insider Tips From an Immigration Lawyer

    Have you been planning to enter the United States through a TN visa and wondering what kind of questions you might be asked at an interview? An immigration lawyer will provide insider tips to help you know exactly what to expect and how to make sure your application is successful. Watch this video now for […]
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  • Client Approval: TN for Engineer

    Associate Attorney Erica Chiodo discusses a recent client approval story involving a TN visa for an engineer below. The TN Visa category was created under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which created special economic and trade relationships for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. […]
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  • Applying for TN Status as a Mexican

    The TN Visa category was created under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which created special economic and trade relationships for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. We’ve covered applying for TN status as a Canadian in another video on our site, and below Associate Attorney Zach Ahlstrom discusses what’s in involved in applying for […]
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  • What Do Tech Layoffs Mean for Individuals in the U.S. on a Work Visa?

    You’ve likely seen the news that Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, laid off 3,700 people from the company – nearly half of its staff. While Twitter is making the headlines, many other tech giants have also laid off large numbers of staff. Lyft let go of 13% of its workforce, Opendoor let go of 18% […]
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