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Dual Intent vs. Single Intent U.S. Work Visas
If you are looking into coming to the United States to work, you may also be considering a path to permanent residency. A key concept to understand is the difference between Dual Intent visas and Single Intent visas.
E-3 Visa FAQs: Preference Category For Skilled Workers
The E-3 visa is an employment-based nonimmigrant visa for citizens of Australia. See a list of FAQs regarding the E-3 here.
Visa Waiver Program FAQs
The Visa Waiver Program and ESTA takes far less planning than applying for a visa, but is it the right fit for you? Let’s dive into the details to find … Continued
How to Transition from an L-1 Work Visa to Permanent Residency in the U.S.
Maybe you’re looking into applying for the L-1 visa, or maybe you’ve already spent a number of years working on the L-1 visa in the U.S. Either way, you may be wondering - what does the green card process look like for an L-1 visa holder?
What are H-1B Specialty Occupations?
Proving your employment eligibility is critical to your H-1B work visa application’s success, but navigating these waters doesn’t have to be complicated. We invite you to use this list to ensure that your H-1B work visa application meets all the necessary requirements and moves through the review process with ease.
You’re an insanely busy startup founder, not a work visa master. If you’re struggling to understand your work visa options, don’t spend another second worrying about it—we have you covered! In this post, we cover the most common questions about the B-1 visitor visa.
E-2 Treaty Countries
The E-2 visa allows nationals of certain treaty countries to invest in a U.S. business and work for that business. The investor must have at least 50% ownership of the business. In some cases, even a startup founder can provide the seed money to start their company and qualify for the E-2.
Expand into the U.S. Market with the L-1A Visa
Suppose you run a company outside the U.S. and are hoping to continue operations outside the U.S., but want to expand into the U.S. market and bring some existing employees with you. In that case, the L-1A is a visa you’ll want to explore. In this post, learn if the L-1A is a good fit for your company.
What to know about the L-2 Dependent Visa
If you’re coming to the U.S. with your family, making sure that your spouse and children can thrive in their new home is a huge priority. If you are considering an L-1 visa and wonder how it will affect your loved ones, this article is for you!
7 Advantages of the L-1 Nonimmigrant Visa
The L-1 work visa allows certain employees to transfer from an office outside of the U.S. to the U.S. office of a related company, such as a parent, a subsidiary, a branch, an affiliate, or a sister company. In this post, find out why you might want to consider the L-1 visa over other visa categories and if your company or employees qualify.
What is the TN and Who Qualifies?
What is the TN visa and who qualifies? The TN work visa is a temporary work visa option for citizens of Canada and Mexico in specific roles. In this post, get the full list of occupations and links to other resources about the TN.
L-1A is a nonimmigrant classification that allows a U.S. employer to transfer an executive or manager from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the U.S. or to establish a new office in the U.S.