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Whether you’re here for business, school, or pleasure, Younossi Law can help you make smart decisions that will keep you on the right side of U.S. immigration law. Our attorneys will help you explore your options so you can make the most of your stay in the United States, no matter how long or short.

Our law firm has extensive experience with many visas that may be useful for your situation:

Investors
If you are a foreign business owner, manager, or employee who is in the United States to oversee investments or to trade, you may apply for an E-1 or E-2 visa. An E-1, or treaty trader visa, and an E-2, or treaty investor visa, must both be sponsored by a registered E-treaty trader company.

Business visitors
If you are coming to the United States for business but don’t plan on applying for a visa, the B-1 visa may be the right option for you. This hybrid visa is for an employee who is traveling to the United States to perform duties for a foreign employer such that it is not found to be “working in the U.S.”. For an employer, an employee with a B-1 visa is considered a salaried employee who is visiting abroad. Employees who use this visa cannot be paid by companies in the United States.

Tourist
If you are coming to the United States for business but don’t plan on applying for a visa, the B-1 visa may be the right option for you. This hybrid visa is for an employee who is traveling to the United States to perform duties for a foreign employer such that it is not found to be “working in the U.S.”. For an employer, an employee with a B-1 visa is considered a salaried employee who is visiting abroad. Employees who use this visa cannot be paid by companies in the United States.

Permanent residence
If you are coming to the United States for business but don’t plan on applying for a visa, the B-1 visa may be the right option for you. This hybrid visa is for an employee who is traveling to the United States to perform duties for a foreign employer such that it is not found to be “working in the U.S.”. For an employer, an employee with a B-1 visa is considered a salaried employee who is visiting abroad. Employees who use this visa cannot be paid by companies in the United States.

Learn how an attorney in our law office can help you secure the visa that is best for you.

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