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How Can Status Be Extended?

 
A Canadian citizen with TN nonimmigrant status may re-apply for an additional three-year period at a port of entry before the previous period of admission expires.  The new application must include the same documentation and evidence as the initial application, along with an updated employment letter. 

A Mexican citizen who wishes to extend his TN nonimmigrant status must return to the U.S. embassy or consulate and apply for a new visa.  After the visa is issued, the applicant must present the visa at a U.S. port of entry, along with a valid passport and the required fee.

In the alternative, Canadian and Mexican citizens with TN nonimmigrant status may apply for an extension by requesting that their U.S. employers file Form I-129 with USCIS along with supporting documentation and the required fee. 

 

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