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  • L-1 Visa Interview Questions along L-1A interview questions and L-1B interview questions

    L-1 Visa Interview Experience | Required Documents & Sample Questions

    Published on July 04, 2022

    For multinational companies that have business ties to the U.S., there is no better visa to get your employees overseas than the L-1 visa. With a host of advantages, it’s no wonder why the L-1 is one of the first choices for those who qualify. However, many people overlook the fact that they will need…

  • Visa Stamping Suspended Until December 2020

    Visa Stamping Suspended Until December 2020

    Published on June 24, 2020

      On Monday, June 22, President Trump signed a proclamation that will temporarily suspend the stamping process for certain immigration types, which include the H-1B, H-2B, L-1, J-1, and other related work visas. The order, which became effective June 24, will remain in force through the end of the year and is currently set to…

  • L-1 Visa Processing Time

    L-1 Processing Time | Extension, Premium Processing, Green Card

    Published on May 25, 2020

    For multinational employers who are looking to transfer their high-ranking employees to branches and offices to the U.S., there simply is no better visa class than the L-1 visa. However, many companies of that caliber run along well-defined lines. The sporadic and flexible methods of immigration law may not fit well into those lines. If…

  • L-1 Visa Fees 2020

    L-1 Visa Fees 2020 | Increases, Extensions, Responsibilities

    Published on May 04, 2020

    If you are interested in filing for an L-1 visa in 2020, then you probably want to know how it will impact your finances. Fortunately, most of the L-1 visa fees are the employer’s responsibility, but there are some costs that will be up to you.

  • L-1 Visa FAQs

    L-1 Visa FAQs

    Published on April 05, 2019

      An L-1 visa permits non-immigrants to reside and work in the U.S. under the L-1 status. This visa is valid for a relatively small amount of time, ranging from one to five years. The duration allowed will depend on the nationality of the applicant and the reciprocity schedule that exists with their home country….

  • L-1 to H-1B Change of Status

    L-1 to H-1B Change of Status

    Published on March 28, 2019

    Having an L-1 visa can be highly advantageous to you if you work for a multinational company. But there are many circumstances that may cause you to need to change your status from an L-1 to an H-1B visa. While there are some similarities between these two nonimmigrant work visas, there are also some key…

  • L-1 Vs E-2 Visa

    L-1 vs E-2 Visa

    Published on March 14, 2019

    Entering and working in the U.S. can be achieved under various employment visa options, and the L-1 and E-2 visas are some of the most utilized of these options. But while they both grant holders the ability to live and work in the U.S. temporarily, they have several differences that may make one more applicable…

  • L1 Versus H1B Visas

    L-1 Versus H-1B Visas

    Published on March 01, 2019

    Two of the most common nonimmigrant work visas are the L-1 and H-1B visas. Because of their similarities, it can be difficult to tell the difference and even more difficult to decide between the two if you are in the process of choosing a route to the U.S. In short, the L-1 is more appropriate…