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L Visa Attorneys in Houston

Offering L-1A Visa Immigration Services

If you're seeking employment-based immigration methods, the L visa may be an option for you.

Look to Baker Donelson, P.C. to be your trusted source for U.S. citizenship and immigration services in Houston. Our immigration & business law firm is dedicated to working with our clients to provide them with effective solutions.

We are honored to represent:

  • Domestic and international mostly privately owned companies
  • Individual investors
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Employees

Our legal team is 100% multicultural and diverse in background, education, and experience, to offer you a superior experience. Our high standard to commitment and communication sets us apart from the rest.

We are well-equipped to represent international business clients by providing them with a comfortable cultural and linguistic framework. We speak English, Spanish, Vietnamese, French, Arabic, and Portuguese.

Contact our firm right away to begin the petition process for an L-1 visa. We proudly serve clients in the state of Texas and throughout the nation.

Who Qualifies for L-1 Visas?

The L-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows overseas companies to transfer employees to work in the U.S. under two types of L-1 visa programs. One of the benefits of this visa category is that there is no quota or cap on how many may gain the status within each company.

L-1A Visa

The L-1A visa covers transfers of executives and managers, including business owners, for up to 7 years. L-1 visa requirements for these purposes are quite strict, and a detailed description of the duties attached to the position will be required.

Applicants are issued an L-1A visa initially for 3 years, extendible in 2-year increments to a maximum of seven years.

L-1B Visas

This category covers those with specialized knowledge of the company’s products/services, systems, research, proprietary techniques, management, or procedures. The job details should be clearly explained when applying for the L-1 visa.

Employees in this category are granted an L-1B visa initially for 3 years, and they are extendable to a maximum of 5 years.

Here to Guide You Through the Application Process

You can rely on Baker Donelson, P.C. to provide skilled and comprehensive advice throughout your legal process. Our Houston L visa attorneys are experienced in all aspects of immigration law and can help you obtain favorable results.

Call us today at (713) 286-7182 or complete our online contact form to schedule your consultation.

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