The issues facing Mexican TN beneficiaries are quite different than for Canadians. Rather than have to specify/enquire what nationality the poster is, would it be possible to just have a TN-1 (Canada) board, and a TN-2 (Mexico) board.
Under new regs which come into effect Jan. 17, 2017, there are some changes that "help" TNers:
Two I noticed are
1. that TN now have 60 days to change status when losing their job. This avoids having to quickly file an...
While this ostensibly is a form given by CBP to failed TN applicants, noting the evidence that was insufficient, this checklist may prove useful in compiling one's evidence before going to the POE.
When an I-485 is denied for whatever reason not related to I-140, can the beneficiary still claim that the underlying I-140 is still valid, thus allowing one to keep their priority date and refile I-485.
For TNers (and others) who did NOT get the Stimulus payment this past summer, this has been morphed into the Recovery Rebate Credit (line 70 of the 2008 Form 1040).
Unfortunately, the same rules on requiring an SSN are still in place, so if you did not qualify because you filed jointly and...
I consider shusterman to be a pretty reputable firm, and yet look at the garbage they spout in connection with the possibility of TN getting GC:
deplorable lack of knowledge...
How many Cdns are getting shut-out of the GC based on such idiotic...
As you may be reading, there may be much controversy over I-485s filed in July, if USCIS decides to cut-off accepatnce earlier than July 31.
This could put TNers in a dire predicament, if they file in July, with the understanding that they will get EAD by October.
The unexpected cut-off...
Burried in the strive act is the following nugget for TN:
Form the AILA analysis:
"Sec. 506. Powerline workers and boilermakers.
This section permits nonimmigrant admission of Canadian maintenance or boilermaker repair and maintenance."