An applicant for a TN visa as a computer systems analyst must possess one of the following academic credentials:
- Baccalaureate degree;
- Licenciatura degree;
- Post secondary diploma and three years of experience; or
- Post secondary certificate and three years of experience.
Definition of a post secondary diploma or certificate
A post secondary diploma is defined as a credential issued, on completion of two or more years of post secondary education, by an accredited academic institution in Canada or the United States.
A post secondary certificate is defined as a certificate issued, on completion of two or more years of post secondary education at an academic institution, by the federal government of Mexico or a state government in Mexico, an academic institution recognized by the federal government or a state government, or an academic institution created by federal or state law.
The applicant for TN Visa must also provide the additional requirements:
- Proof of Canadian or Mexican citizenship;
- An offer of employment from a prospective U.S. employer;
- Proof of intent to return to Canada or Mexico at the expiration of the temporary TN stay.
About the TN Visa:
TN status may be granted for up to 3 years. TN extensions are available.
You must have a job offer for a temporary full-time or part-time job with a U.S. employer (but not self-employment) for a position on the TN Occupation List.
You may apply at the Port of Entry (Canadian TN), at a U.S. Embassy (Mexican TN), or by filing the I-129 petition with USCIS. Our attorney fee is $500 to prepare the petition for you to take to the port of entry or embassy.
If you wish to file the I-129 petition with USCIS the USCIS fee is $460 and premium processing is available for an additional $1,225. Our attorney fee is $500 to prepare the petition and file it with USCIS.
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