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  • Client Approval: L-1 for Manager | People Manager vs. Function Manager

    The L-1 nonimmigrant category is for intracompany transfers and blanket L petitions. In this video, Associate Attorney Zach Ahlstrom discusses a recent client approval and the difference between a people manager and a function manager. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • The L-1 “Doing Business” Requirement

    The L-1 (“intracompany transferee”) classification is utilized by employers to transfer executives, managers, and specialized knowledge employees to the United States from abroad. To qualify, there are requirements that must be satisfied by both the petitioning U.S. employer and foreign employee. Employer requirements include:  Must have a qualifying relationship with a foreign company; and Must […]
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  • L-1 Case Summary: Specialized Knowledge

    Senior Associate Attorney Gabriella Agostinelli recently had a client who successfully applied for L-1 renewal status at Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the Peace Bridge port of entry located in Buffalo, NY. Our client was an employee of a large sushi company and had specialized knowledge specific to the sushi industry and his field. […]
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  • L-1 Manager Case Summary 2.7.2020

    Partner Jennifer Behm is back with a recap of a recent L-1A approval for a Canadian Manager who had been promoted into a role that requires increased travel to the U.S. along with direct reports in the U.S. The company contacted Berardi Immigration Law to ensure their employee was able to cross the border with confidence, […]
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  • The L-1 Category and “Doing Business”

    The L-1 category allows a U.S. employer to transfer an executive, manager, or specialized knowledge employee from an affiliated foreign office to one of its offices in the United States. To qualify, there are specific requirements that must be satisfied by both the petitioning employer and the beneficiary employee. On the employer’s side, it must […]
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