At our law office, we work with entrepreneurs who are in the USA or plan to visit the USA, and who wish to build a business or a start a subsidiary of their company in the USA. Some of our clients-entrepreneurs already hold a U.S visa, such as B visa (tourist/business visitor), F visa (student), or H visa (work visa).
We work with entrepreneurs and business owners who decide to run a business in the USA and specifically in San Francisco or Silicon Valley.
Many entrepreneurs, after researching the best place to start their business, come to California. We are here to guide you through all steps of the legal immigration process from opening your company to getting visas to your key employees.
We touch on many aspects of your future business in the USA, and we primarily consult on how to start the business from legal and immigration point of view.
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- Options for international entrepreneurs (Foreign Founders)
- Who can own a business in Silicon Valley? (California, USA)
- Guidelines to prepare for your B-1 visa interview at the consulate
- Can I work at the USA company I own if I have a B1 (Temporary Business Visitor) visa?
- H-1B visa
- H-1B employer transfers
- H-1B amendment
- H-1B employer fires you
- Consultations for students on OPT status who want to switch to H-1B visa
- L visas (L-1A and L-1B)
- Blanket L visas
- O visas
- How we work on your O-1A visa case
- O visa attorney review of self-filed petition
- Investor visas: E2, EB5
- H-3 nonimmigrant trainee or special education exchange visitor
- TN Visa (for citizens of Canada or Mexico)
- Can employees on TN visa (for citizens of Canada and Mexico) work for Multiple Employers?
- Attorney help answering RFE for self-filed petitions (applies for all types of cases)
- International Entrepreneur Parole (Form I-941)
- How to move from a visa to a green card?
- Green Card Through Self Petition
- EB-1 visa and green card / self-petition
- Applying for National Interest Waiver helps avoid lengthy PERM requirements and streamline the green card process
- Overview: Green Card through a job
- Adjustment of Status / Got married to a citizen of the USA?
- Becoming a citizen of the USA
- Our Green Card services:
- EB-1 Green Cards for Priority Workers
- EB-1A Green Cards for Aliens of Extraordinary Ability
- Processing Flow of EB1-A
- EB-1B Green Cards for Outstanding Researchers and Professors
- EB-1C Green Cards for Multinational Managers and Executives
- EB-2 Green Cards
- EB-2 Green Cards for Members of the Professions Holding Advanced Degrees
- EB-2 Green Cards for Persons of Exceptional Ability
- National Interest Waivers
- EB-3 Green Cards for Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Other Worker
- EB-1 Green Cards for Priority Workers
- Why some foreign founders chose to study in the USA and then open a business here
- Switching from B1/B2 visa to Student visa F-1 (STEM)
- Impact of immigrants on California’s economy and demographic situation
- Workshop: Should STEM students apply for an H-1 visa?
All other visas
- We do much more than business visas. We can help you with other interesting and boutique visas. Here is our full website www.immigration-business-law.com
- P-1A for Internationally Recognized Athletes
P-1B for Member of Internationally Recognized Entertainment Groups
- P-2 Visas for Participants in Reciprocal Exchange Programs
- P-3 Visas for Culturally Unique Groups
Annually, about 28% of all new U.S. businesses are opened by immigrants. Nearly 40 percent of Fortune 500 Companies were founded by immigrants or their children. That is why we added business law practice to our services, so we can help our current and potential clients with the following business matters:
Business Law and Startups
- Legal services for your business
- Registration of Corporations & LLC
- Assistance with Business Plans
- Drafting Contracts
- Assistance in business disputes
- Planning your immigration strategy before you start business in the USA
- One-stop Small Claims Court preparation package
Generally, most business disputes can be resolved with an involvement of our law firm through negotiation tactics and in Small Claims or Civil Courts.
If you are seeking further information regarding our areas of legal practice, or if you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.
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