Depending on your company’s operations and location, your company could establish a subsidiary or affiliated company in the US, which could then lead to transferring employees to the US on a temporary L-1 visa. This option requires maintaining a foreign company and a US branch or affiliate.
The US has entered into trade treaties with certain countries, allowing nationals of those countries to apply for a US work visa like an E-1 visa. This option is advantageous for individuals who do not have the necessary foreign affiliate relationship as required for the L-1 visa.
As an investor, you may be eligible for an E-2 visa, which would permit you to temporarily work and live in the US If the investment is more substantial, you may be eligible for US Permanent Residence through the EB-5 Investor category.
Contact the Bomza Law Group to find out more about expanding your business to the US
For further information with respect to US and Canadian immigration or to find out if you or a company employee is eligible for temporary or permanent relocation to Canada or the US, we invite you to contact our experienced immigration lawyers and attorneys by contacting the Bomza Law Group at:
1-800-993-9971 or by clicking here: “Contact Us”.