This Visa allows companies involved in international business to transfer executive and specialized employees from an overseas office to a location in the United States, helping companies grow and work with clients or suppliers in the U.S. The Valdez Law Firm is ready to assist you in creating a satellite office for your existing business or kick-start your startup in the U.S.

What are the Benefits of an L-1 Visa?

The spouses and dependents of L-1 Visa holders are eligible to receive an L-2 Visa. Unlike H-4 Visas, the dependent Visa for H-1B spouses, the L-2 Visa allows the holder to work in the U.S. during their stay. The L-1 Visa is not subject to yearly quotas.

One of the L-1 Visa standout features is that you can apply for blanket petitions for their employees to qualify for either L-1A or L-1B Visas. The L-1 visa can be renewed for up to 5 to 7 years

Types of L-1 Visas

There are two types of L-1 visas; the L-1A is reserved for Executives and Managers as they hold significant decision-making power in the company. On the other hand, L-1B visas are available for workers with specialized knowledge of the inner workings of their employer.

Why the Valdez Law Firm is the right choice for your L-1 Visa Needs.

L-1A and L-1B Visas have always been a big part of the work we do every year, we help our clients avoid
expensive delays and mistakes, and we help them reach their goals in the fastest and most efficient way

Trust our team of expert Attorneys and skilled legal specialists to help you start your business in the
United States.