Eager to transition from your L1B visa to a green card? Understanding the Permanent Labor Certification Program (PERM) process is the first step. Our comprehensive guide outlines everything you need to know, from the initiation by your employer to the final adjustment of your status.
An L1 visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows international companies to transfer employees from foreign offices to their offices in the United States. But what if you’re wondering, “Do I need an office for an L1 visa?” This post aims to answer that question in detail, providing a comprehensive understanding of the requirements surrounding the L1 visa process.
The L1 Visa is a vital tool for global businesses, enabling international transfer of key personnel to U.S. operations. This comprehensive guide provides answers to the top 10 most frequently asked questions about the L1 visa, shedding light on who is eligible, the differences between L1A and L1B, the path from L1 visa to green card, and more.
L1 Visa status is available for qualifying executives, managers, and specialized knowledge employees. Under the L1 Visa qualifying employees may be transferred from a foreign office to an office in the United States. In some cases, the L1 visa can be transitioned to US permanent residence or a green card. We discuss the process of applying for a green card while on an L1 visa here.
Acquiring an L1B visa can be a challenging process, with stringent requirements for proving “Specialized Knowledge”. This article provides a comprehensive guide on how to meet these requirements and successfully prove the specialized knowledge of your employee for an L1B visa transfer.