Visas for Entrepreneurs: Difficult Extensions (L-1s, E-2s, O-1s) - Recording (.MP3)
02:00 PM (ET)
While the process for a start-up company to obtain initial visa status for certain employees may go smoothly, if a company does not plan for employee visa status extensions from the very outset, then the company may find that its employees do not qualify for these visa extensions when the time comes. Panelists will address how to avoid this problem and advise on what to do if it should arise.
- Advising New Office L-1 Clients About the Extension Requirements
- Payroll Demonstrating Local Hires
- Delegating Non-managerial Duties
- How to Show That a New Office Is Doing Business
- What to Do if the E-2 Visa is Issued for Only One Year?
- O-1 Visas Can Be Ideal for Those with Extraordinary Ability … but What Happens If Circumstances Relating to the Individual’s Extraordinary Ability Change?
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