Are you ready to move part of your company into the United States? If so, the L-1 visa is for you and your business. The L-1 visa allows for a foreign company that has an office in the United States to move foreign workers to the U.S. office. The visa is initially valid for three years and can be renewed for another two years, up to a maximum amount of seven years. Only specialized staff and managers or executives are permitted to use the L-1 visa. For extremely large companies, blanket L-1 visas are available. With such an intricate process, you will need the expertise of our Miami immigration attorney serving throughout South Florida to help you obtain such a visa.
For the L-1 visa to be handed out, you must provide documentation proving that your foreign company has connections that qualify for the visa with the U.S. based company/subsidiary. Also, if you are seeking an extension, you are given one year in which to keep the U.S. office active and produce a managerial or executive position. Our Miami immigration lawyer has the capabilities and effective strategies necessary to help you receive your L-1 visa and maintain it during your stay in the United States. If you are having problems with this type of visa and think that your foreign employees run the risk of deportation, contact our seasoned and qualified Miami immigration lawyer at Sibirsky Law Firm, P.A., immediately.