Process for L1B Visa Made Simple for Foreign Companies


There were problems to Foreign companies with large number of rejections for L1B visas for employees of foreign companies, which now have been simplified with Obama’s statement. Read below for more information on the new year 2015 process for L1B visa.

US President Barack Obama announced that now corporate executives employees will be granted visas to easily. With this action, the Indian professionals of the Indian corporate companies who are facing rejection issues at the visa centers can easily get the visas to enter the United States and the United States foreign direct investment (FDI) will significantly attract foreign investments. Obama made a statement and he said that the United States based international companies to establish their units in US through the investment measures taken by his government. This allows the temporary staff from the offices of foreign companies in other countries to be able to move quickly through L-1 B visas to the United States. He said tens of thousands of migrant workers, employees travel, will in addition being useful to their employers contribute to the growth of the American economy. Several Indian companies also participated in the Conference in USA where Obama was speaking. L1B visas for Indian companies were subjected to large-scale rejection was a major obstacle. Obama requested republicas and others support for this bill to help in USA’s strengthening.

What is L1B Visa?
L1B visa can be issued only to an L1-A (Executive, Manager) or to a person with L1-B (specialized knowledge worker). Individuals cannot apply for an L1 visa. Your employer must file a petition with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on your behalf for L1 sponsorship.

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Budatha Team
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