TN Border Entry. Is there a minimum time to be in Canada when switching from a tourist visa to a TN?
Location: San Francisco, CA
I’m currently in the U.S. on a tourist visa. While visiting the U.S I have accepted a job offer to work here full-time. I plan to fly back to Canada for a quick trip then come back on a TN, is there a minimum time I need to spend there to not have trouble when I return?
There is no minimum time needed to be spent in Canada following a visit to the US in order to not have trouble when returning on TN. Unless one overstayed in the US or participated in activities not authorized for a visitor.
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