TN1 NAFTA question

Old Dec 21st 2004, 10:07 am
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David McGeorge
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Can anybody post a sample letter which a US employer need to prepare
for his new employee ( Canadian citizen ) who needs to get TN1 visa
to go and work in US... I think the letter should be similar to this
but need your advise or if you have formal letter please post it:

To US Border protection,

Hereby, This is an official job offer to Mr. X from company Y for the
term of 1 year. We need Mr. X to analysis and computerize our
system....We will hire him as a contractor for a period of 12 months
with $40/Hrs. 40 hours per week.
Please proceed with his TN1 Visa. Thank you for your co-operation.
The gross income of our company is $Z and we are in the business for P
years.

CEO
xxx


it is just a draft. Please advise. The company wants to hire me is a
small software co. and never doen TN before.

Please post a sample letter.
 
Old Dec 21st 2004, 11:30 am
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Default Re: TN1 NAFTA question

Originally Posted by David McGeorge
Can anybody post a sample letter which a US employer need to prepare
for his new employee ( Canadian citizen ) who needs to get TN1 visa
to go and work in US... I think the letter should be similar to this
but need your advise or if you have formal letter please post it:

To US Border protection,

Hereby, This is an official job offer to Mr. X from company Y for the
term of 1 year. We need Mr. X to analysis and computerize our
system....We will hire him as a contractor for a period of 12 months
with $40/Hrs. 40 hours per week.
Please proceed with his TN1 Visa. Thank you for your co-operation.
The gross income of our company is $Z and we are in the business for P
years.

CEO
xxx


it is just a draft. Please advise. The company wants to hire me is a
small software co. and never doen TN before.

Please post a sample letter.
The letter has to describe the specific duties that will be performed in detail.

What is your degree in, what year did you get it, and in which country was it obtained?
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Old Dec 22nd 2004, 8:09 am
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Sylvia Ottemoeller
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"David McGeorge" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Can anybody post a sample letter which a US employer need to prepare
    > for his new employee ( Canadian citizen ) who needs to get TN1 visa
    > to go and work in US... I think the letter should be similar to this
    > but need your advise or if you have formal letter please post it:
    > To US Border protection,
    > Hereby, This is an official job offer to Mr. X from company Y for the
    > term of 1 year. We need Mr. X to analysis and computerize our
    > system....We will hire him as a contractor for a period of 12 months
    > with $40/Hrs. 40 hours per week.
    > Please proceed with his TN1 Visa. Thank you for your co-operation.
    > The gross income of our company is $Z and we are in the business for P
    > years.
    > CEO
    > xxx
    > it is just a draft. Please advise. The company wants to hire me is a
    > small software co. and never doen TN before.
    > Please post a sample letter.

Here are some sites:

http://www.immigration-america.com/TN_visa.html
http://www.quack.net/natda/form.html
http://www.stanford.edu/dept/icenter...TN/letter.html
http://www.parkerpoe.com/practice/articles/imm10.cfm (discusses problems
with IT titles)
http://uscis.gov/graphics/services/e...info/EIB11.pdf (contains list of
NAFTA professions)

If the position offered fits obviously and precisely into one of the
professions in NAFTA Appendix 1603.D.1, then the employer can consider
proceeding without professional help. If the position does not obviously
fit, then the TN is what I call a "tricky TN" and the services of a
competent immigration attorney should be retained.
 

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