To B-1 or Not to B-1: Appropriately Utilizing the B-1 Visa - Recording (.MP3)
The B-1 is one of the most useful, and arguably most confusing, visa categories for employers and employees alike. The most obvious use—to attend business meetings or participate in brief trainings in the United States—is often unintentionally exploited by employers who misunderstand what actually is permitted under the B-1 visa. When properly used, however, the B-1 visa can be a very valuable tool for employers, particularly when other visa types are not available or are difficult to obtain.
- Refresher: What Do the Regulations Say? What About the Foreign Affairs Manual?
- Ensuring Permissible Activities (and Tailoring Activities to Match)
- Work Authorization: B-1, B-1/H-3 in Lieu of H-1B, After Sales Services, Business Development, etc.
- B-1 vs. the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA): Benefits and Drawbacks of Each
- The Application Process (and Preparing Clients)
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