We provide immigration assistance to individuals, businessmen, domestic and foreign enterprises and investors. We also analyze the tax and property risks of customers. This is true for people receiving significant income from abroad, or business leaders. Our global network of law firms ensures that all decisions are made in accordance with the laws of the United States and the client’s country. We will help you obtain visas in these categories:
Business and Employment-Based Immigration
Business and Employment-Based Non-Immigrant Visas
Other Temporary or Non-Immigrant Visas
US EB-1 Visa for multinational executives and managers and outstanding and extraordinary people
The EB-1 visa allows multinational Executives and Managers and people with extraordinary ability in certain fields to gain legal permanent residence in the US
Foreign Nationals of Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors and Researchers, and Multinational Executives and Managers:
- Persons with demonstrated extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics may apply for an EB-1 visa. A successful applicant will have extensive documentation showing sustained national or international achievement and recognition in their field of expertise. Such applicants are not required to have specific job offers outstanding, so long as they will continue to work in the fields in which they have extraordinary ability upon entering the U.S.
- Outstanding professors and researchers with at least three years of experience in teaching or research, who are recognized internationally may apply for an EB-1 visa if they are coming to the U.S. to pursue tenure, tenure track teaching, or a comparable research position at a university or other institution of higher education. The prospective employer must provide a job offer and file an Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker.
- Multinational managers or executives who have been employed for at least one of the three preceding years by the overseas affiliate, parent, subsidiary, or branch of the U.S. employer may also apply for an EB-1 visa provided that the applicant’s employment outside of the U.S. was in a managerial or executive capacity, and the applicant is coming to work in a managerial or executive capacity. The prospective employer must provide a job offer and file an Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker.