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Basics of the H-2B Temporary Non-Agricultural Workers Visa

Basics of the H-2B Temporary Non-Agricultural Workers Visa

Are you employed in a non-agricultural industry and have an opportunity to temporarily work in the United States? The H-2B visa program allows for workers who are not in the agriculture industry to come to the United States and fill temporary job positions to provide labor, especially when there is a domestic shortage of workers in the U.S. Read on…

Establishing the Relationship Between the U.S. and Foreign Company for an L-1 Visa

Establishing the Relationship Between the U.S. and Foreign Company for an L-1 Visa

 If you are seeking to transfer employees from overseas to work in a division of the same company in the United States, one of the best visa options is an L-1 Visa, which is the Intracompany Transferee Executive or Manager Visa. This type of visa has specific requirements for how the U.S. and foreign branches are related, and it’s…

Basics of the P-1 Visa

Basics of the P-1 Visa

Did you know that there is a temporary visa available for athletes and entertainers seeking to participate in events in the United States? The P-1 visa was designed to give foreigners the opportunity to legally enter the United States so that they can compete, complete programs, or engage in other types of programs in either athletics or performing arts. Read…

Similarities and Differences Between the H-1B and O-1 Visas

Similarities and Differences Between the H-1B and O-1 Visas

Are you looking for a high-skilled temporary work visa and want to explore your options? USCIS offers many different types of work visas, but O-1 and H-1B visas are some of the best options for people seeking a temporary visa for skilled employment. O-1 and H-1B visas both function as temporary work visas, but have key differences in their eligibility…

L-1 VISA FAQ’s

L-1 VISA FAQ’s

Here are some of the most common questions that we receive about L-1 visas. For more in-depth and specific information about L-1 visas, please contact us to schedule a consultation or an assessment. What is an L-1 Visa? An L-1 visa is designed to allow people, who work in managerial positions or have specialized knowledge, to transfer locations while working…

Pathway to Green Card from an L-1A Temporary Visa to an EB-1C Permanent Residence Visa

Pathway to Green Card from an L-1A Temporary Visa to an EB-1C Permanent Residence Visa

Did you know that if you are in the U.S. on an L-1A work visa, as a manager or company executive, you can set yourself up to become eligible to get a Green Card through an EB-1C visa? Read on to learn more about this connected pathway between these two visas for managers and executives to get a Green Card!…

O-Visa Option for Self-Employed Entrepreneurs

O-Visa Option for Self-Employed Entrepreneurs

Did you know that you can sponsor yourself for an O-1 Visa through a company you own? Indeed, you can! Read more to learn the requirements and see if this is an option for you! What are the basics of an O-1 Visa? The O-1 Visa is a nonimmigrant visa for individuals who possess extraordinary ability in the sciences, education,…

H-1B Visa Option for Self-Employed Entrepreneurs

H-1B Visa Option for Self-Employed Entrepreneurs

Did you know that if you own a company or are an entrepreneur, you can list yourself as the sponsor for your H-1B Visa? Indeed, you can! Read on to find out more about the requirements to self-petition. What are the basics of an H-1B Visa? An H-1B Visa is a temporary visa for professional workers in specialty occupations, such…

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