For the entrepreneurially-minded business person or investor that doesn’t easily fit into one of these categories, there may be other options as well. U.S. immigration law provides a number of potential options, including both family and employment-based visa programs. For example, managers and executives who work in a foreign office may be able to transfer to an established or newly created U.S. location within the organization through an L-1 transferee visa. Individuals who have established an international reputation as having extraordinary ability in their field may be able to qualify for an O visa. Other visa programs may also apply to your specific situation.
If you have questions about either of the investor visa programs or other ways that you may be able to establish your business in the United States, please contact the immigration and business planning attorneys at the Gunderson Law Group, P.C. We assist foreign nationals, business owners, and families with their immigration and business planning needs in Mesa, Phoenix, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale, Gilbert and throughout Arizona the world.