Can A Business Owner Transfer Himself on a L1 Visa

Can A Business Owner Transfer Himself on a L1 Visa


Hi! I’m Andrew Driggs, owner of Driggs’ Immigration
Law Firm. Please click on the icon above for a FREE
copy of my book “Stories of Foreign Entrepreneurs”. One visa that is very popular and very important
for Entrepreneurs is the L1 Intra Company Transferee . The L1 Intra Company Transferee
allows employees of a company of a Foreign Company to transfer and work for an affiliated
company in the United States. Many business owners ask me, “Can I transfer
myself on a L1 Visa to the United States?” The answer is “Yes”. The same requirements apply, the owner must
have worked for the business for the last for a least one out of the previous 3 years
and the ownership of the two businesses must be the same. The type of business does not need to be the
same. The most important thing when transferring
an owner of a business to the United States is to show that the Foreign Company will continue
to operate. There must be a Manager in place. We cannot allow the Foreign Company to lapse. If there’s no Foreign Company, there is
no L1 Visa. Thanks for watching this video, I’m Andrew
Driggs , owner of Driggs’ Immigration Law Firm. Please click on the icon to receive a FREE
copy of my book “Stories of Foreign Entrepreneurs”. Call me today! We love to help you do business in the United
States.

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