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Category: Intra-Company Job Transfers - L-1 Visa

Updates for L-2 and H-4 Visa Holders

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Cross-Border Business and U.S. Immigration, Work Permits for Specialty Occupations - H–1B Visa, U.S. Immigration and Intra-Company Job Transfers - L-1 Visa

Nonimmigrant spouses of certain United States L-1 and H-1B visa holders who were unable to renew or obtain work visas will now be able to work legally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration ...

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Is Your IntraCompany Transfer L-1 Visa Application Current - or Pre-Covid?

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in U.S. Immigration and Intra-Company Job Transfers - L-1 Visa

An intracompany job transfer is when an employee is currently working for a company and that company wants to move the employee temporarily to a different country while they continue ...

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Intra-Company Transfers For International Businesses

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Canada Work Permits, Intra-Company Job Transfers, U.S. Immigration and Intra-Company Job Transfers - L-1 Visa

If you currently work for a company that has a parent company, branch office, subsidiary, or affiliate company in Canada, you may qualify for a Canadian work permit through Canada's ...

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Why Businesses Need to Apply for L Visa Renewals Earlier

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Canada Work Permits, NAFTA, U.S. Immigration and Intra-Company Job Transfers - L-1 Visa

For the past several months, Canadians who need an L visa renewal have not been allowed to renew at U.S. ports of entry or Canadian airport pre-flight inspection sites. The change in ...

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Canadians With L-1 Visa No Longer Can Renew at Border

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Canada Work Permits, NAFTA, U.S. Immigration and Intra-Company Job Transfers - L-1 Visa

The United States Customs and Border Protection are telling the Canadian workers they need to file L-1 renewal applications with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, instead ...

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