Yes, you may purchase new business, as long as long it is done under the same corporation name. You may not change employers or corporation without filing a new L-1 petition.
Can I move L-1 employees to different sites around the U.S.?
No, there is no such requirement, but paying L-1 workers significantly below the prevailing wage or the wages of your U.S. resident staff is likely to result in the USCIS viewing your petition unfavorably. It could also result in investigations by the USCIS or Department of Labor.
You have a short grace period in which you may look for a new job, and have it approved by the USCIS. Barring that, you need to return to your home country
Yes, if your company can send you to the U.S. to work for a branch office, subsidiary or affiliate, or to open and manage a franchise or non-franchise business.
The L1 Blanket petition is a procedure through which a very large company can pre-qualify to transfer their L-1 employees. Once the L1 Blanket is approved, the company can transfer people to the U.S. quickly and on short notice without having to file a petition with
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Why Use VisaPro Immigration Service?
No, there is no annual cap on the number of L-1 visas.
The two major benefits of L-1 visa over E-2 visa are:
• L-1 petition gets approved in the U.S. unlike the E-2 visa
• L-1 status allows you to legally apply for a Green Card. On E-2 visa you can apply, however, it is much more difficult
No, you may not be permitted to work for a company other than the one that has sponsored your L-1 visa.
L-2 spouse of an L-1 visa holder can now obtain a general Employment Authorization. This employment authorization must be applied for separately, though. The L-2 child is not permitted to work.
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