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L-1B New Frontiers Business Plans

The L-1B visa is one vehicle that companies can use to transfer a professional employee with specialized knowledge to the organization’s affiliated offices in the United States. Including a thorough business plan when petitioning for an L-1B visa is vital, as this is the applicant’s only opportunity to present a compelling project and leave a positive impression to immigration officials. From small companies to multinational corporations, New Frontiers is equipped to handle plans of all sizes and complexities.

L-1B Requirements

  • Employers must have a relationship with a foreign branch or affiliate or intend to transfer a foreign employee to a new office in the United States
  • Transferred Employees must have specialized knowledge in their fields. Specialized knowledge means either special knowledge possessed by an individual of the petitioning organization’s product, service, research, equipment, techniques, management, or other interests and its application in international markets, or an advanced level of knowledge or expertise in the organization’s processes and procedures
  • The employee must also have worked for a qualifying organization for at least one continuous year within the three years immediately preceding his or her admission to the United States

Unique Business Plans for Each Client

Led by an USCIS-acknowledged expert in the field of business and entrepreneurship, our team of specialists draw from their diverse experiences in the fields of business, management, and finance to help clients and immigration attorneys craft professional, accurate, and thorough business plans specific to their particular projects and ventures. We include comprehensive descriptions and analyses of your company, marketing plan, strategies, and more to ensure that your plan is compliant with current USCIS guidelines and visa adjudication standards.

For example, an effective L-1 visa business plan should highlight:

• Personnel plans, hiring timetable, and job descriptions
• Qualifying relationship
• Beneficiary's employment history
• Details of the facility and office

Providing Essential Support for
Immigration Business Plans

Whether you are starting a new venture in the U.S. or require a visa for an intracompany transfer to manage your U.S. branch or affiliate, New Frontiers is here to provide all the support you need when creating a USCIS fully-compliant, professional and solid immigration business plan. Each plan is created with your unique situation in mind and edited until you and your immigration attorney is satisfied.