Are you a specialized knowledge worker looking to move to the United States for work? The L1B visa may be the perfect fit for you. Nonetheless, applying for this type of visa can be complex, with many regulations that must be followed. Having an experienced Los Angeles L1B visa lawyer on your side can help ensure your application is handled correctly and increase your chances of success.
At Tez Law Firm, we have a team of devoted attorneys who specialize in L1B visa cases. We understand the specific requirements of this type of visa and have a successful record of assisting specialized knowledge workers like you to achieve their immigration goals.
We understand the importance of your case and will work closely with you and your employer to gather all the necessary documentation and information. We’ll also represent you and your employer in all communications with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to ensure that all regulations are followed, and your application is processed promptly and accurately.
Our attorneys are experienced in the L1B visa process and its requirements, including the qualifications for a specialized knowledge worker, the requirement of the same or similar position in the U.S., and the nature of the company in the U.S. and abroad, etc. We can also help you and your employer in case of any RFE or denial and any appeal or motion to reopen or reconsider.
Don’t let the L1B visa process stress you out. Instead, contact us today to schedule a consultation and let our experienced L1B visa lawyers in Los Angeles guide you through every step.
A: An L1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows U.S. employers to temporarily transfer employees with specialized knowledge from a foreign office to a U.S. office. It will enable the employee to work in the United States for a maximum period of five years.
A: To qualify for an L1B visa, an individual must have specialized knowledge of the company’s product, service, research, equipment, techniques, management, or other interests and must have been working for a qualifying organization abroad for at least one year within the past three years. The employer must also file a petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on the worker’s behalf.
A: L1A is for executives and managers, while L1B is for employees with expertise.
A: An L1B visa holder can stay in the U.S. for a maximum period of five years.
A: Yes, an L1B visa holder can apply for a green card through the EB1C category.
A: Yes, an L1B visa lawyer can provide representation in appeals or motions to reopen or reconsider if your application has been denied. They can help you understand the reason for the denial and develop a strategy for contesting it.
A: An L1B visa lawyer can help