What is a L-1 Status Visa?
New Jersey L-1 Status Lawyers
A L-1 status temporary visa is for foreign nationals who already work for a company that has a branch, subsidiary, affiliate or parent company in the United States. These are considered intracompany transferees that are coming to the United States company to fulfill an executive or managerial role or bringing a specialized knowledge. The intracompany transferee in question must have been a full-time employee of the corporation for at least one whole year within the past three years. If the alien transferee fits all these qualifications, then they may apply for a L-1 visa. At this current moment, there is no stated annual cap for L-1 visas and the employer is not required to get a labor certification before applying for the L-1 visa.
The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has a team of experienced, aggressive L-1 visa lawyers ready to aid you through the petition process. Our law firm will make sure you are qualified for a L-1 visa, and if you happen not to be, go through other options that may be available to you. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Middlesex County visa attorneys at 732-383-6242.
Posted on March 29, 2013, in Articles and tagged Hiring an Immigrant Worker, Immigration Attorneys in Middlesex County, Intracompany Alien Transferees, L-1 Status, New Jersey Visa Attorneys, Temporary Immigration Work Visas. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.