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An L-1 Visa (Intra-company Transferee Visa) allow multinational companies
to transfer specific types of employees from qualified foreign office
to the United States in order to continue employment for their corporations.
However, L-1 Visa petitions can take a long time to resolve due to the
meticulous qualification process. If you want the best possible opportunity
for success in a fast, timely manner, it is imperative to seek legal representation
from an experienced and skilled attorney.
Law Office of Matthew Archambeault, we are capable of properly navigating you through any complexities you
may encounter in your petition process. With
more than 10 years of experience, our Philadelphia immigration lawyer possesses an in-depth knowledge of
U.S. immigration laws and immigrant rights in order to obtain the visa
L-1 Visa Requirements
L-1 visas are available for two types of employees: employees in an executive
or managerial position and employees in a specialized knowledge capacity.
Executives and managers must apply for an L-1A Visa, while employees with
significant decision-making or supervisory functions need to apply for
an L-1B Visa.
In order to receive either type of visa, the employee’s company must
meet two requirements. First, a relationship between the business in a
foreign country and a U.S. business must be recognized. Second, the company
must be conducting business in the U.S. and at least one other country
or have plans to do so throughout their L-1 Visa eligibility period.
The following are the benefits of an L-1 Visa:
- Companies can apply for blanket petitions for their employees to qualify
for either an L-1A or L-1B Visa
- L-1 Visa is renewable for a period of five to seven years
- L-1 Visa is available without any limit restrictions
- Spouses and dependents of L-1 Visa holders are eligible to receive an L-2
Visa, which enables the holder to work in the U.S. during the period of
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Our Philadelphia immigration attorney can take as much time as necessary
in order to better understand your L-1 Visa case. We are available to
consult with both employers and employees to discuss all of the legal
Contact us and request an initial