TN Visa Agriculturist/Agronomist. The USMCA (NAFTA) professions list includes Agriculturist/Agronomist. Qualified Canadian and Mexican citizens are able to obtain TN visa status to work and live in the United States as Agriculturist/Agronomists. We have over 20+ years of combined experience with TN visa change of employer applications with hundreds of 5 star reviews. We can assist you to change your employer while remaining in the United States. Contact us for a free assessment of your case as a TN Visa Agriculturist/Agronomist 1-866-697-1832
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What is an Agriculturist/Agronomist for TN visa purposes?
In general, an Agriculturist plays a very important role in maintaining the food supply of the country by ensuring food safety and agricultural productivity. Agriculturists study farm animals and crops and they develop methods to improve both their quality and quantity including crop yield, pest and weed control, and conservation of soil and water. They also try to find ways to convert raw agricultural commodities into healthy food products for the consumers. Some other potential job titles of Agriculturist/Agronomist are Crop Nutrition Scientist, Soil Scientist, Agronomy Research Manager, Physical Hydrologist, Microbiology Soil Scientist, Soil Fertility Extension Specialist and Research Soil Scientist. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) provides a detailed breakdown of the Agriculturist/Agronomist profession through O*NET Online.
Qualifications for a TN Visa Agriculturist/Agronomist
- Proof of Canadian or Mexican Citizenship;
- A detailed offer/support letter from a U.S. employer; and
- Baccalaureate or Licenciatura Degree in a closely related field.
TN Visa Agriculturist/Agronomist application process
A new TN visa can be obtained in one of three (3) ways: (1) In person with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), (2) By mail with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), or (3) At a U.S. Consulate or Embassy.
TN Visa Duration
A qualified TN Visa Agriculturist/Agronomist can obtain a TN Visa for a maximum of three(3) years per stay.
TN visa extensions can be obtained every three (3) years with no limit on the number of possible extensions. You are able to obtain an extension of your TN Visa for as long as needed.
TN Visa Agriculturist/Agronomist to Green Card Through Employment
In many cases a U.S. employer is able to sponsor a TN visa holder for a green card through the Permanent Labor Certification Process with the U.S. Department of Labor (PERM). Since the TN visa is a nonimmigrant visa, this process must be handled carefully. If you need help with the TN visa to green card process make sure you work with a TN Visa lawyer familiar with this process.