L-1 Visa - Company Transferee
Understanding the L-1 Visa
The L-1 Visa is a nonimmigrant visa specifically designed for employees of international companies. It allows managerial, executive-level employees or specialized knowledge staff to transfer from an affiliated foreign office to an office in the United States.
Qualifying for an L-1 Visa
To qualify for an L-1 Visa, you must have worked for your company outside the United States for at least one year within the past three years in an executive, managerial, or specialized knowledge role. The U.S. office you're transferring to must be a branch, subsidiary, affiliate, or parent of your current employer.
What Documentation is Required?
You'll need evidence of your work in the foreign company, proof of your managerial or specialized role, and documentation showing the relationship between the foreign and U.S. offices. Your employer will also have to demonstrate that the U.S. office has enough space for operations and that it's in a financial position to support your role.
Why Choose Tseitlin Law Firm P.C.?
Tseitlin Law Firm P.C. is well-versed in the complexities of the L-1 Visa application process. We focus on meticulous preparation and personalized attention to guide you through every step. We consider your unique professional context to tailor a strategy, increasing the chances of a favorable outcome.
Take the Next Step
Ready to facilitate your intra-company transfer to the U.S.? Reach out to Tseitlin Law Firm today to begin a detailed discussion about the L-1 Visa process. Our dedication, keen attention to detail, and extensive experience will help you make the professional leap you are striving for in the United States.