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L-1 Visa: How To Start A Business In USA As A Foreigner



About The Webinar

For starting a business in the U.S. as a non-citizen, or moving key personnel to USA, the New Office L-1 Visa is a great option. The L-1 visa allows qualified executives and managers a faster path to secure Green Card. This webinar will educate you on the key challenges and strategies associated with securing New Office L-1 Visa successfully.

You’ll Learn:

  • How To Choose Type Of Business Entity: Corporation, LLC, LLP

  • How To Qualify The Ownership For L-1 Visa

  • Is Physical Office Space In The U.S. Mandatory

  • What To Include In The Business Plan

  • How To Develop Organization Charts And Job Descriptions

  • Can You Use Overseas Staff To Support Managerial Position In The U.S.

  • How To Apply For L-1 Visas At U.S. Consulates

  • How To Avoid L-1 Extension Denial

  • Typical Case Scenarios

  • PLUS: Q&A With The Attorney


About The Attorney

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Ancy S. Varghese

Ms. Ancy Varghese, a U.S. Immigration Attorney, will provide an overview of obtaining permanent resident card after marrying a US Citizen, the 2 different paths taken with Form I-130 filing, and the typical case scenarios.

With 14+ years in practicing immigration law, Ms. Varghese has experienced almost every family immigration issue. An aggressive practitioner, she provides expert immigration opinions and regularly advises clients ranging from couples who have just met each other to spouses who have been living abroad and needs to move to the U.S. quickly.


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Wednesday, April 5

11:00am EDT

April 5th, 2023 11:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
United States
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