Business Immigration

How can I extend my stay if I have an O Visa in the USA?

How can I extend my stay if I have an O Visa in the USA?

If you are a beneficiary of an O Visa in the USA, you probably have a maximum length of stay in the United States, which was established at the time you entered the country by the government official who reviewed your documents. What happens if you need to extend your stay in the country with an O Visa?  The Department…

Putting Together a Strong L-1 Visa Business Plan

Putting Together a Strong L-1 Visa Business Plan

Have you ever wondered how you can demonstrate all the specific L-1 visa requirements that your business must meet for you to successfully petition for an employee? A strong business plan is one of the most effective ways to outline your business structure and how the different offices of your business each demonstrate compliance with USCIS requirements. Read on to…

L-1A: Managerial or Executive Position

L-1A: Managerial or Executive Position

Are you applying for an L-1A visa and wondering if the position overseas and the position in the U.S. is executive or managerial? While both categories require a certain level of authority and power over an organization, there are some key differences between the two that you will need to consider when applying for an L-1A visa. Read on to…

5 Tips for a Strong L-1 Visa Petition

5 Tips for a Strong L-1 Visa Petition

Are you applying for an L-1 visa and wondering what you need to do to get your petition approved? The L-1 visa petition requires a significant amount of time, effort, and evidence to gain approval. The following five tips are for success in your L-1 visa application! Pay attention to detail One of the most important aspects of submitting a…

Immigration to the U.S. via the Southern Border

Immigration to the U.S. via the Southern Border

Crossing the southern border to immigrate to the United States is an intensive process that can impact your immigration options for legal status. This post discusses the process of immigrating to the United States via the southern border, including why individuals undertake such a journey, the risks involved, and the benefits. Why do people make the journey to cross the…

How to Choose the Best Employment Visa

How to Choose the Best Employment Visa

Have you ever wondered how to decide what work visa is best for you, especially if you qualify for more than one? USCIS offers a wide range of different visas that are each suited to unique circumstances. Read on to learn about three important considerations to find the best employment visa for you! Duration of Stay The first thing you…

Visa Options for Nannies and Childcare Workers

Visa Options for Nannies and Childcare Workers

Many families want to hire nannies and/or childcare providers from other countries, whether it’s for temporary help or to have a permanent nanny. Since there is no visa designed specifically for childcare workers, there are several different visa options available that allow nannies and childcare providers to enter the U.S. and work. Read on to learn more about the visa…

Who can be my O-1 Visa Sponsor?

Who can be my O-1 Visa Sponsor?

Are you interested in entering the United States on an O-1 visa and looking for a sponsor? Read on to learn more about sponsor eligibility! Overview of the O-1 Visa Program The O-1 visa program is a nonimmigrant temporary work visa for individuals who possess extraordinary ability in professions such as the arts, sciences, athletics, business, performing arts, and more.…

Comparing and Contrasting the L-1 and E-2 Visas

Comparing and Contrasting the L-1 and E-2 Visas

Are you a high-skilled worker exploring temporary work visa options to enter the United States? The L-1 or E-2 visa might be a good option for you! Read on to learn more about the similarities and differences between each visa. Overview of the L-1 Visa An L-1 visa is a temporary work visa. It is specifically designed to transfer overseas…

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