If you're an L-1 visa holder, typically a manager or other supervisory employee of a firm that has roots abroad as well as a qualifying relationship in the United States, you may be a good candidate to transition to green card, or permanent resident, status. One way to make this switch is by … Read more about L1-A Adjustment of Status to Green Card
Immigrants seeking to enter the United States on a work visa—like the L-1 or EB-5—are required to undergo a rigorous application process whereby documents are reviewed by United States Citizenship & Immigration Services. The bar is set high for many of these applicants; those applying for an L-1 … Read more about Top Reasons for Rejection or RFE of Business Visas
As the EB-5 program continues to grow in popularity as a means of attracting foreign investors to the United States in exchange for residency, it's important to understand, step-by-step, what is required to successfully complete the process. There are four general conditions applicants must abide by … Read more about The EB-5 Visa Application: Steps and Requirements
If you are hoping to acquire an employment-based green card or family-based green card for permanent resident status in the United States, you will first need to submit a petition for a visa. However, as a foreign national, you may not submit that petition on your own behalf. Instead, you will need … Read more about Visa Petitions for Family and Employment Green Cards
Two widely sought after employment-based statuses are the EB-2 and EB-3 classifications. Although the two are very similar, there are significant differences that potential applicants should be aware of before making major decisions. One important aspect to be aware of is that EB-2 and EB-3 … Read more about What is the Difference Between EB-2 and EB-3 Visas?