Coming To The U.S. On L-1A And L-1B Visas

Executives, managers and workers with specialized knowledge may be eligible for L-1A or L-1B visas when transferring within a company. Typically, a multinational business (or network of affiliate companies) that uses L visas for employees is one that has offices in the U.S. as well as in other countries. In some cases, the executive or manager uses the L-1A visa in order to establish a branch or affiliate office in the U.S.

Intracompany transfers are often related to critical business activities. Time is money in the business world. It is important not to make mistakes on your L visa application. Unnecessary delays could cost much more than legal fees needed to do it right. If you or your business is in need of an L visa for an executive, a management official or an employee with specialized skills, you are wise to seek advice and assistance from an experienced immigration lawyer.

Miley & Brown, P.C., lawyers have the knowledge and experience that you seek as you prepare to apply for an L-1A or L-1B visa. One of our attorneys devotes a large part of her practice to working with large corporations. Eugenio Cazorla — the first lawyer to ever practice immigration law in North Texas — is an attorney of counsel. All of our attorneys have been recognized by their peers in the legal community through numerous awards and elected offices in professional organizations.

Contact A Texas L-1A Or L-1B Visa Attorney

Ultimately, hiring an immigration lawyer can prevent unnecessary complications and delays as you pursue a temporary employment visa. Call 800-352-0781 or 972-301-2313 or email us to discuss how our Dallas L-1A visa attorneys can help you.

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