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  • Pattymd
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    Originally posted by crazy viv View Post
    Thanks a lot! I just called a lawyer about it and got the similar answer as you said. Thanks again.
    Not surprising. ElleMD is very good on this subject.

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  • crazy viv
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    Thanks a lot! I just called a lawyer about it and got the similar answer as you said. Thanks again.

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  • ElleMD
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    The TN is not, but I believe the TD still is as that is not employer specific. Again, it has been a few years since I've dealt with this so a call to the embassy or consulate would not be a bad thing.

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  • crazy viv
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    Thank you very much, ElleMD. I will be working for the company with my new TN visa. Question is, I will not work for my previous company, is the old TN/TD visa still valid?

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  • ElleMD
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    http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/ty...s_1274.html#11

    I'm a bit rusty as I haven't had a TD visa in a few years but I do not believe you need a new visa as long as you are still working under a valid TN visa. The TD visa isn't tied to an employer but rather your visa status.

    It wouldn't hurt to give the embassy a call to be sure that nothing has changed in the past few years.

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  • crazy viv
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    Can we still use old TD visa? California

    I have TN visa, child has a TD visa. Both visas are valid till Nov 2008. Now I changes the job and gets a new TN visa. Do I have to apply for a new TD visa depending on the new TN for child? Or the child can use the old TD visa till Nov 2008?
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