How do I get an L-1 Visa (Manager, Executive, or Specialized Knowledge)?An L-1 visa is granted to people who have worked outside of the U.S. as a manager, executive, or in a position involving specialized knowledge, and are now seeking to come to the U.S. to work in a related U.S. company in a same capacity. Many international companies use an L visa to transfer their executives, managers, or workers who are in position involving specialized knowledge, to the U.S.
A spouse and minor children of a L-1 beneficiary may be granted L-2 visa status. A L-2 visa beneficiary may become a student in the U.S. They also may work in the United States.
The application process for the L visa includes the sponsor and/or applicant filing a petition with the USCIS. The application process fluctuates but can take several months. However, the USCIS offers an option for premium processing. For a $1,000 fee, the USCIS will process the petition in 15 days or less.
Our managing attorney Karen-Lee Pollak and experienced support immigration team work with the sponsor and/or applicant to submit the most complete and thorough petition, which emphasizes the applicant’s education, qualifications, and experience. In addition, our support team knows the processes and procedures to work with various government agencies to ensure the best possible outcome.
Our firm provides full-service professional legal advice and representation to help you find an immigration solution to your visa needs. Please contact us to discuss your Immigration Options.
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