Free Trade Agreements
NAFTA, USMCA, Chile, Singapore

In September 2018, the United States renegotiated the NAFTA treaty with Mexico and Canada. The new agreement is called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement or USMCA. The US also has free trade agreement with Chile and Singapore. Each of these agreements has a significant impact on US immigration policy.

For example, Mexican and Canadian citizens with professional job offers in the US can circumvent the H-1B lottery by obtaining Trade NAFTA (“TN”) status. Professionals who are citizens of Chile and Singapore are eligible for H-1B1 visas.


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