U.S. Business & Employment Visas
Barella Global is dedicated to staying current with the rapidly changing landscape of U.S. immigration law to ensure the best results for our clients. Whether you are in the initial stages of considering immigration or have a well-defined path and specific needs such as setting up a U.S. entity or obtaining a work visa for an employee, we are equipped to provide the necessary assistance.
One of the advantages of working with us is our UK and European presence, allowing for real-time collaboration and eliminating the delays caused by differing time zones.
It's important to understand that expanding your company to the United States and establishing a presence there involves not just immigration laws, but also elements of corporate law. As such, our team includes not only adept immigration attorneys, but also proficient U.S. business lawyers. This holistic approach ensures that your journey to U.S. expansion is seamless and well guided.
L-1 Business Expansion visa
The L-1 visa allows a foreign company expansion of their business to the United States by establishing a U.S. office. Additionally, the L-1 visa allows for the transfer of foreign employees from the company abroad to the United States. Learn more about the L-1 visa HERE.
B-1 IN LIEU OF H-1B TEMPORARY WORK VISA
The B-1 in lieu of H-1B visa allows its holder to enter the United States to perform temporary productive work on behalf of their foreign employer. The visa can be obtained in short notice and is typically issued for a period of one year. It is an effective and quick visa to work in the U.S. for a temporary project. Learn more about the B-1 in lieu of H-1B visa HERE.
· E-1 TREATY TRADER VISa
The E-1 visa allows a foreign company currently engaging in substantial trade with the United States to seamlessly and quickly expand their operation or send an employee to work in the U.S. Learn more about the E-1 visa HERE.
H-1B specialty occupation visa
The H-1B visa allows a U.S. business to sponsor a foreign national for temporary employment in the United States. The employee must hold a degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree and be coming to the U.S. to work in a specialty occupation. Learn more about the H-1B visa HERE.
b-1 temporary business visa
The B-1 visa is a temporary business visa allowing its holder to enter the United States for very limited business activities. Such activities include meeting with attorneys and attending a conference, among others. The holder of a B-1 visa may not engage in productive labor. Learn more about the B-1 visa HERE.
o-1a extraordinary achievement in business visa
The O-1A visa allows an individual to work temporarily in the US if they possess extraordinary achievement or ability in business, science, education, or athletics. Learn more about the O-1A visa HERE.