Us government provide opportunity to intended people having capability to setup and operate any business in United States to establish business and employment opportunity. In case of successfully meeting the basic requirements, the candidate qualifies for the entitlement of permanent residence (GREEN CARD). Detail of rules and criteria is presented in the following explanations.
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If you are an executive, manager or employee (with some unique or specialized knowledge) of a multinational company, your company may petition for you to temporarily work in the United States. To be eligible to work in the United States:
You must have been employed abroad by the parent, branch or subsidiary corporation (sponsor or petitioner) for at least 1 year of the prior 3 years.
Your company must have a legal business entity, nonprofit charitable or religious organization operating in the United States.
To be eligible for L-1A classification as a multinational manager, your sponsoring company must demonstrate that your assignment includes:
To be eligible for the L-1A classification as a multinational executive, your sponsoring company must demonstrate that your assignment includes:
Directing the management of the organization or a major component or function of the organization
To be eligible for L-1B classification as an employee with specialized knowledge, your sponsoring company must demonstrate that your job knowledge includes specialized knowledge about a company’s product, service, research, equipment, techniques, management or other interests and its application in international markets, or an advanced level of knowledge or expertise in the company’s processes and procedures.
To be eligible to apply for an L-1A or L-1B employee transfer from an entity abroad to a United States entity, your employer must be part of a qualifying organization. Qualifying organization means a United States or foreign firm, corporation or other legal entity that is a parent, branch, affiliate or subsidiary of the entity you are transferring from. Your organization must be doing business in the United States as an employer as well as at least one other country. Your company must demonstrate an employer-employee relationship with you. The L-1A or L-1B visa is not limited to for-profit corporations or partnerships, so the organization applying for you may be a charitable, religious or other non-profit group.
A qualifying organization must submit a Form I-129, Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker, along with the following materials:
Your period of stay will only be for the length granted on your Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, application filed by your employer. The total period you may remain in the United States may be as long as 3 years with the possibility of a 2-year extension. L-1A manager and executive may be eligible for an additional 2-year extension for a total stay in the United States of 7 years.
Your spouse and unmarried children (under the age of 21) may be admitted to the United States in L-2 status. Your spouse in L-2 status may be authorized to work in the United States. To apply for work authorization as an L-2 nonimmigrant, your spouse may file a Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization. We would be happy to meet with you, on a complimentary basis, to discuss these services and how we can help you develop an approach to making sound business decisions. To schedule an appointment, call Usman Nawid, at (917) 690-8686 or return the enclosed reply card.
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