You need your company’s best talent in the United States. Here are five ways to help get it here.
L-1 visas apply to executives, managers and employees with specialized knowledge — which means that those employees’ skills are critical to ensuring the growth and success of your organization. But providing the right evidence for L-1 visas can be tricky: You need to prove that your employee works in a managerial role (L-1A) and that his or her knowledge is truly unique and necessary to your company (L-1B). That means compiling evidence — a lot of it.
To set you up for success, we put together a tip sheet that answers some of the common questions asked by L-1 petitioners.
- How can I prove the relationship between my company and the employee’s foreign branch?
- What kind of evidence will help show my employee has truly specialized knowledge?
- What are some common roadblocks in the process?