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Qualifies a US Employer to Sponsor Foreign Workers?

The best person for your United States based business may be from outside the country. This non-U.S. job candidate, however, may have no work permit or any required paperwork at all. What’s needed, then, to hire foreign labor? The key is sponsorship, vouching for that worker, identifying your need, and then following every legal step...
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TN Visa Denied? What to do

Your TN Visa application has just been denied at the border. Now, you are asked to turn around and go back to Canada. What went wrong? And how can you reapply? Your TN Visa application may have been denied for some of these common reasons: The employment or support letter was overwritten. The application was...
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Computer Systems Analyst TN Visa Job Description

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), formerly known as NAFTA, has made it less difficult for Canadians to obtain jobs legally inside the United States. The USMCA treaty occasionally allows foreign professionals to work in the U.S. for a limited amount of time. This classification for Canadian and Mexican citizens seeking to be professionally employed in...
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What Are Employer Requirements For TN Visa?

Canadian and Mexican citizens often apply for the Trade NAFTA (TN) visa to legally enter and be employed in the United States. The TN visa is a work visa, so those who intend to apply usually ask if they need a US employer to sponsor their visa petition, and if there are other specifications that...
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Do Canadians Need Visa Sponsorship To Work In The US?

Canadians who wish to work in the US have various visa options. Most US employment visas require a sponsor company but there are other options that don’t need sponsorship. Whether or not a Canadian should have an employer-sponsor depends on which visa type they get. TN Visa – Trade National/Trade NAFTA Considered the easiest path...
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Can A TN Visa Holder Apply For Green Card?

The Trade NAFTA (TN) visa makes it easier for Canadian and Mexican citizens to legally enter the US. This non-immigrant visa is valid for three years. Can one apply for US permanent residency (“green card”) while on TN status? The answer is yes, but with extreme caution. Technically, anyone with a non-immigrant visa and meets...
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H-1B Visa Application Adds New $10 Registration Fee

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) just finalized a rule that will require H-1B visa petitioners to pay a $10 fee upon submitting their electronic registration. H-1B is a non-immigrant temporary visa for foreign workers in specialty occupations that need a bachelor’s degree or higher. It is petitioned for by the US employer aiming...
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How Much Does It Cost to Get Into Canada with a DUI?

Have you been convicted of a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)? Your DUI conviction can make you “criminally inadmissible to Canada,” even if your conviction was more than ten years ago. This means that if you want to get into Canada from the US or any other country with a...
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How Can A Canadian Work In The USA?

Before a foreign national can work in the United States, they have to hold the appropriate work visa. Canadians generally have an advantage in this regard because the US and Canada are both in the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) formerly the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), allowing easier entry for citizens of...
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How Can I Get A Business Visa For the USA?

When people talk about a US “business visa,” they are commonly referring to the B1 visa. This is a non-immigrant visa that allows its holder to visit the US to conduct temporary business. Citizens of countries under the US Visa Waiver Program need not apply for a B1 visa to enter the United States. If...
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