L-1A is an intra-company transfer of manager or executive between a foreign company and a US company. The person who pursues an L-1A visa must be serving in a position with managerial capacity pursuant to Immigration and Naturalization Act (the “Act”).
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L-1 is a commonly used visa to transfer intra-company employees to the United States. In particular, L-1A is for managers and executives to transfer internationally and work in the United States. One major benefit of L-1A is that the requirements of L-1A substantially resemble the requirements of EB-1(C) Multinational Executives and Managers. Therefore those who […]
Starting October 2015, the State Department (DOS) changes the procedures for determining visa availability for applicants waiting to file for employment-based or family-sponsored preference adjustment of status.
Specialized knowledge is a key issue in L-1B petition. USCIS check closely to see if the L-1B employee’s job duties qualify as specialized knowledge. The petitioner needs to explain in detail the specific nature of the industry or field involved, the nature of the petitioning organization’s products or services, the nature of the specialized knowledge […]
The E-2 Treaty Investor Visa allows the visa holder to stay and work inside of the United States based on an investment that the visa is based on. Treaty refers to a list of Countries that the United States has a treaty with. The State Department maintains a list of current E-2 countries. To apply […]