The world economy has become a global landscape that crosses borders and rises above former barriers like cultures, time zones, and distance. Corporations set up operations in other countries, sending staff to keep the wheels turning. Likewise, foreign companies are also setting up shop on American soil and sending their own talent as well. This can open the door for some immigration issues.
Types of Business Immigration Visas
There are several immigration visas issued by the United States government. Each refers to key elements regarding the reason for visa. The B-1 Business Visitor is for a person who is coming to the United States to work for a company. It can also be used for a nanny or domestic employee that is accompanying a foreign national employer, as well as a professional or amateur athlete who is competing for prize money may qualify for this type of temporary business visa.
The L Intracompany Transferee allows an employee to work at a subsidiary, affiliate, parent, or branch of their current employer. The position must be at either an executive or managerial capacity and it must require specialized knowledge It is also required that the employee have been employed by the same employer overseas for at least one continuous year within the previous three years.
Other temporary worker visas include:
- H-1B: Person in Specialty Occupation
- H-1B1: Free Trade Agreement.
- H-2A: Temporary Agricultural Worker
- H-2B: Temporary Non-Agricultural Worker
- H-3: Trainee or Special Education Visitor
- O: Individual with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement
- P-1: Individual or Team Athlete, or Member of an Entertainment Group
- P-2: Artist or Entertainer (Group or Individual)
- P-3: Artist or Entertainer (Group or Individual)
- Q-1: Participant in an International Cultural Exchange Program
New Jersey immigration attorney Carla Prosper handles all aspects of immigration including all types of business immigration both temporary and permanent. This includes the employment based immigration: E1, E2, E3, EW3, C5, T5, R5, I5, and S. She understands the stress that comes with relocating, even temporarily, learning the organizational culture of a new workspace, and living in what is often an unfamiliar area. With so many concerns, she seeks to make the immigration process a little easier.
Let the Law Office of Carla C. Prosper help you with your all immigration needs including, naturalization, deportation, green card, work permit, asylum, and TPS court cases. For competent, qualified, and caring representation in New Jersey and New York, call today. Don’t go another day dealing with the sometimes uncertainty surrounding immigration and the confusing court system. Help is just a phone call away. We are dedicated to meeting your immigration needs