As a companion to our June Facebook Live, this post collects several helpful resources for those who want to learn more about the various ways to immigrate to the United States.
Roundup of latest USCIS announcements regarding various forms and visas.
While doing your research on United States immigration law, you realize that looking at visa options is best guided by the very purpose of your intended travel. Upon much contemplation, it finally comes to you – the purpose of your intended travel is to invest in the U.S. economy, either through international trade or major business investment.
The L-1B Visa is an intracompany transferee classification for employees with qualified specialized knowledge. It provides the employee with a visa to work in a U.S. company affiliated with the foreign company in the employee’s area of expertise.
Most visitors to the United States are destined for theme parks, bit cities, or to visit family. Such visits usually only require a simple only application be filed before flying to the U.S. for the visitor to receive their visa. However, for those who wish to travel to the U.S. to do business, they are required to obtain a business visa first. There are several types of business visas available, and it is important to understand which one you might qualify for, so you can expedite the process by only applying for the right visa.