We provide a personal service to a wide range of clients from Fortune 500 companies to individual investors and family immigrants to address their individual needs and to help them navigate the complex requirements of US immigration law.
The US has numerous types of temporary work visas for business. The most frequently applied for are the L1 (intra-company transferees), E-1/ E-2 (treaty traders/ investors), and H1B (occupations classed as speciality/ professional). O1 visas are available to persons of extraordinary ability in the Arts, Science, Education, Business and Athletics.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the largest immigration service in the world. To employ foreign nationals temporarily for business in the US, employers need to apply for non-immigrant visas on their behalf.
There are many types of non-immigrant visas, ranging from ‘A’ (Diplomats) through to ‘V’ (family members of lawful permanent residents).
The sectors we cover include Financial Services, Technology, Media, Entertainment, Management Consultancy, Energy, Manufacturing, Hospitality and Retail. We work with companies to establish L blanket programmes and E2 registrations to facilitate the speedy transfer of staff to the United States.
We provide a dedicated consular processing service for individuals applying for their US visas at the US embassy in London and at other US consulates worldwide.
We also assist with family based immigration for individuals immigrating to the United States based on their relationship to a US citizen.
L1 intra-company transfers Intra-company transfer visas (called L-1 visas) are available to foreign nationals who...Read More
E1 The E1 Visa allows individuals, or employees of companies, to enter the US for...Read More
We understand the complexities of consular processing and document procurement. Let us help you to...Read More
First Preference: There are three sub-groups within this category: Persons with extraordinary ability in the...Read More
US Family based immigration is divided into two categories - immediate relatives and family preference...Read More
To meet the eligibility requirements, an applicant must be at least 18 years old at...Read More