Business Immigration Lawyers

Helping Businesses Thrive Through Strategic Immigration Solutions

Whether you are an entrepreneur seeking to invest in a U.S. company or a multinational organization transferring employees, navigating the complexities of business immigration can be a challenge. Our experienced team of business immigration attorneys from Brown Immigration Law can provide comprehensive guidance and support to help you achieve your business goals in the United States.

Our Business Immigration Services

  • Visa Strategies: We offer in-depth consultations to assess your eligibility for various business visas, including E-2, L-1, EB-5, H-1B, and others.
  • Application Preparation: We assist with the meticulous preparation and filing of all necessary immigration applications to ensure accuracy and maximize your chances of success.
  • Compliance Guidance: We stay up-to-date on the latest immigration laws and regulations to ensure your business remains compliant throughout the process.
  • Ongoing Support: We provide ongoing support and address any questions or concerns you may have throughout your immigration journey.

What is Business Immigration?

Business immigration is the pathway for foreign nationals to enter the United States and participate in business activities. This can be temporary, for pursuits like conferences, or permanent, for those seeking to establish a life in the U.S.

There are multiple paths to achieve your business immigration goals, including:

  • Employment visas
  • Entrepreneurship immigration
  • Investor visas
  • Intracompany transfer visas
  • Immigrant entrepreneur programs
  • EB-5 visas

Common Business Visas

  • B-1 Visa (Business Visitor): For temporary business visits such as attending meetings or conferences.
  • E-1 Visa (Treaty Trader): For nationals of countries with trade treaties with the U.S. to conduct substantial trade.
  • E-2 Visa (Treaty Investor): For treaty nationals who invest a significant amount of capital in a U.S. business.
  • L-1 Visa (Intracompany Transfer): For multinational companies transferring employees to a U.S. office.
  • H-1B Visa (Specialty Occupation): For foreign professionals with bachelor's degrees in specialty fields.
  • O-1 Visa (Extraordinary Ability or Achievement): For individuals with extraordinary abilities in science, arts, business, or athletics.
  • TN Visa (Trade NAFTA): For Canadian and Mexican citizens working in specific professions under NAFTA.
  • EB-5 Visa (Immigrant Investor): For immigrant investors seeking a green card through substantial investment in a U.S. commercial enterprise that creates jobs.
  • EB-1 Visa (Employment-Based First Preference): For individuals with extraordinary ability, outstanding researchers, or multinational managers/executives (direct green card).
  • EB-2 Visa (Employment-Based Second Preference): For individuals with advanced degrees or exceptional ability in their fields (employer sponsorship required).

Benefits of Working with a Business Immigration Attorney

  • Increased Approval Rates: Attorneys can help navigate complex legalities and ensure applications meet all requirements, increasing approval chances.
  • Reduced Risk of Errors: Avoiding mistakes in applications prevents delays, denials, and potential financial penalties.
  • Streamlined Process: Attorneys handle the legal aspects, allowing you to focus on your business.
  • Strategic Planning: Attorneys can develop customized immigration plans aligned with your specific business objectives.
  • Compliance Assurance: Attorneys keep you informed of changing regulations and ensure ongoing compliance.

Contact Our Business Immigration Lawyers Today

Regardless of your location in the United States, our team can assist you with your business immigration needs. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss your immigration goals.

We look forward to partnering with you on your business journey in the United States!

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