Can A TN Visa Application Be Rejected for Boston in 2012?

A TN Visa is a special type of work visa for the United States that Canadian Citizens and Mexican Citizens can apply for. The requirements to be eligible for a TN Visa are very specific, and you need to make sure that you meet all of them when applying for a TN VisaTN Visa

Requirements for a TN Visa

In order to qualify for a TN Visa, you need to:

1. Be a Canadian citizen and be able to prove it.

2. Have a job offer from a United States employer that is temporary in nature and won’t last longer than three years.

3. have an existing job offer that is consistent with the NAFTA list of approved occupations for a TN Visa. This complete list of occupations that are eligible for a TN Visa can be found here: http://www.visaplace.com/usa-immigration/tn-visa-applications.php

4. Have education, work history and qualifications that prove you are qualified for the job you have been offered.

Your TN Visa application must also be formatted in a very specific way and be easy to read. If you make a mistake on your TN Visa application, if your application is difficult for the reviewing immigration officer to read and understand or you have forgotten to include a piece of supporting documentation, your application could be rejected.

My TN Visa application was rejected!

Like any other United States visa application, a TN Visa application can be refused. If your TN Visa application was refused, contact a licensed immigration lawyer right away! You may only have a very short window of time in which to appeal your TN Visa rejection. We can help you determine what went wrong and help you resolve the issue.

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