I have a TN visa and I am receiving an offer from Mexico
I have a TN visa and I am receiving an offer from Mexico employer, I am resigning to my current job in 2 weeks and I am looking for advise on the proper visa termination process to switch to B1.JA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: I have a TN visa, and back in Mexico there is my B1 visa. no pending petitions or applications.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I have not.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: like what?
I'm a 34 years old Portuguese-Canadian citizen. Currently
Hi,I'm a 34 years old Portuguese-Canadian citizen. Currently living in Canada. I'm looking at opportunities in the United States and I'm wondering how to proceed in case I get accepted.It would be in the automotive industry.I have an equivalent of a bachelor degree in development of multimedia products (web design, Photoshop, etc)Thank you
Need to know my options. I am from Canada. I Have been
Need to know my options. I am from Canada. I Have been working in the US legally on a TN visa since November 2014. I have bought a house, never been in trouble with the law, etc. I have just today lost my job due to layoffs. I am wondering what options I have to stay if nothing else to take care of my personal items with the house, etc. or to look for another job with a company that would petition for another TN.
Im on a TN visa, I bought a house that will be generating me
Im on a TN visa, I bought a house that will be generating me rental income (passive income). I wanted to see if I am allowed to form an LLC to put that asset in to cover me in case I get suedJA: What is your official status? Do you have any pending applications or petitions with USCIS?Customer: No, Canadian citizen with a TN, still employed with the employer on my TNJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yet...JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Um the house will be rented as a short term rental, (Air bnb, homeaway etc) but will be managed entirely through a property manager
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I am currently living and working in US on a TN visa US
I am currently living and working in US on a TN visa for a US employer and sometimes travel to Toronto on weekends. I would like to register a business in Canada and will sell services to Canadian businesses only while keeping my TN status and working for the US company.The way I look into it is I would work from home after my regular office hours for the Canadian clients and also travel and work in Canada on weekends. I will be telecommuting, essentially, for the Canadian company I intend to establish and will be exclusive to Canadian clients. Is that possible?
I have a couple of question: 1. Is it allowed by USCIS to
Hello, I have a couple of question:1. Is it allowed by USCIS to purchase a house while in TN status? Does this jeopardize any future TN visas or TN extensions?2. By purchasing a house will affect a TN to GC process with USCIS?3. By having a credit for mortgage will affect my current TN status or the process from TN to GC?4. Is it possible to have an additional life insurance from my employer while on TN status or TN to GC? Does this affect the process and current status?5. Is it possible to have educational investment for our kids in the US while on TN status and does it affect my current status or in a future the TN to GC process?6. Can we purchase stocks or do investments while on TN status and does it affect any extension of status or TN to GC process?Thank you.
I have a tn visa, expiration date is may 15th 2016 and my
I have a tn visa, expiration date is may 15th 2016 and my annotation dates go from Apr 2015 to Apr 2018.My first I-94 and stamp said Apr 2018, but I just noticed that in my last entry the I-94 and new stamp changed to May 2016. I'm planning to go renew my tn this week since I just found about this. Will I have any trouble? It was my understanding that you are able to work for three years but need to go back and forth each year if you want to able to visit family and re-entry US. Thanks
I'm a Canadian resident with a CPA designation and 13 years
I'm a Canadian resident with a CPA designation and 13 years experience (7 post-qualification.) Would volunteer work as a CPA for a registered 501c3 in California possibly qualify for a TN visa? Would the answer change if the work was only part-time, around 20 hrs a week? Thanks!