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7 Copyright©2017 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. for this visa at the U.S. port of entry without submitting visa petitions to USCIS. The result is that they are often processed much faster than H-1B and other visas. For Mexican candidates, the application can be submitted to USCIS, but it can also be submitted via an in-person interview at the U.S. Consulate. There are 63 professions that are eligible for the TN visa, including accountants, computer systems analysts, psychologists, pharmacologists, engineers and graphic designers. H-1B1 The H-1B1, as its name suggests, is similar to the H-1B visa. This version is only available to citizens of Singapore and Chile. There is an annual cap for the H-1B1, but it's rarely been met. This is not a dual intent visa, and a simple signed statement will usually be enough to show that the individual does not intend to immigrate permanently to the U.S. To be eligible, individuals must hold a bachelor's degree related to the position they're pursuing in the U.S. About Envoy Founded in 1998, Envoy is a global immigration services provider offering the only immigration management platform that makes it seamless for companies to hire and manage an international workforce by combining expert legal representation — for both inbound and outbound immigration — and proprietary technology. Envoy empowers companies to acquire the best talent regardless of where they are in the world; helps mobilize employees around the world to take advantage of business opportunities; and enables the management of entire global workforces, providing a strategic, proactive view into workforce and financial forecasting and compliance.

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