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Tag: L1B_Visa

  • “Good Faith” Recruiting in PERM Labor Certification Applications

    PERM is a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Program, which stands for Program Electronic Review Management. There are three steps in acquiring a PERM labor certification:  During Step 2, sponsoring employers must engage in a series of good faith recruiting steps, meaning they must make a good faith effort to first hire “able, willing, qualified, […]
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  • L-1B to L-1A Promotions

    Partner Jennifer Behm continues her nine-part series, Breaking Down the L-1 visa for intracompany transfers. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • Breaking Down the L-1 | Ep. 6: L-1B – Specialized Knowledge

    Associate Attorney Erica Chiodo is here with episode six in her a nine part series: Breaking Down the L-1, the nonimmigrant visa category for intracompany transfers and blanket L petitions. Watch below and if you have questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today.
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  • Breaking Down the L-1 | Ep. 4: Individuals Requirements (L-1A vs. L-1B)

    Associate Attorney Erica Chiodo is back with part four in her nine part series, Breaking Down the L-1. The L-1 nonimmigrant category is for intracompany transfers and blanket L petitions. It is available to individuals who have worked for a foreign corporation that has a parent, subsidiary, branch or affiliate company in the U.S. The […]
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  • Breaking Down the L-1 | Ep. 2: Corporate Requirements

    Associate Attorney Erica Chiodo is here with another part of her nine part series: Breaking Down the L-1. The L-1 nonimmigrant category is for intracompany transfers and blanket L petitions. It is available to individuals who have worked for a foreign corporation that has a parent, subsidiary, branch or affiliate company in the U.S. The […]
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  • Intermittent L-1 Visa Holders Relocating to the U.S.

    The L visa is a type of visa that allows for temporary intracompany transferees to enter and work in the U.S. for temporary periods of time. There are two classifications to the L visa, they are: The L-1A visa – for intracompany transferees who work in managerial or executive positions for a company that is […]
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  • Client Approval: L-1 for Canadian Office Manager

    The L-1 nonimmigrant category is for intracompany transfers and blanket L petitions. It is available to individuals who have worked for a foreign corporation that has a parent, subsidiary, branch or affiliate company in the U.S. The individual must have been employed in an executive or managerial position (L-1A), or in a specialized knowledge capacity […]
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  • Client Approval: L-1B vs. TN for Technical Publications Writer

    After receiving a denial for a TN as a Technical Publications Writer a client came to Berardi Immigration Law for help. We took a different approach, deciding the L-1B category was a better fit. Watch the video below and read more about the L-1B nonimmigrant category in our services section. See additional relevant blog posts […]
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  • Canadians: What You Need to Know About L-1 Renewals

    The L-1 nonimmigrant category is for intracompany transfers and blanket L petitions. It is available to individuals who have worked for a foreign corporation that has a parent, subsidiary, branch or affiliate company in the U.S. The individual must have been employed in an executive or managerial position (L-1A), or in a specialized knowledge capacity […]
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  • Client Approval: L-1B Visa for Specialized Knowledge

    The L-1B nonimmigrant classification enables a U.S. employer to transfer a professional employee with specialized knowledge relating to the organization’s interests from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the United States. Watch the video below for more info and you can read more on our blog about the L-1B […]
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