Permanent residency for top-managers, outstanding scientists and professionals who are at the top of their field. This type of green card is used by L-1 visa holders to obtain green card.
Immigration category visa based on investment in the economy of the U.S.A.
Employee transfer to an affiliated company in the U.S. or to a newly opened affiliated company in the U.S.A. Intracompany transfer.
- Subcategory L-1A: Managers and Executives.
- Subcategory L-1B: Specialized Knowledge Employees (Need approved PERM Labor Certification).
Employment visa for individuals within the certain categories below:
- Subcategory P-1: P-1A: Internationally recognized athletes (Individually or as a group) / P-1B: Internationally recognized entertainers as part of a group.
- Subcategory P-2: Artists (performers) and entertainment industry professionals individually or as part of a group under a reciprocal exchange program
- Subcategory P-3: Artist (performer) and entertainer under unique cultural programs
- Subcategory P-4: Spouse and children under 21 years old
Employment visa for top-managers / executives, individuals with extraordinary abilities, outstanding professors / researchers / scientists.
- Subcategory O-1A: Athletics, Science, Education, Business.
- Subcategory O-1B: Artists in any field / TV and film professionals
Investment in the U.S. economy
REAL ESTATE IN THE U.S
Assistance with buying real estate (commercial and non-commercial) in the U.S.A.
* Permanent residency or “green card” is a permit granted by the U.S. authorities to a foreign citizen to live & work on the territory of the United States of America and use other benefits. Green card does not automatically provide a permanent resident with U.S. citizenship, but green card can be a basis to obtain a U.S. citizenship upon complying with certain conditions. At the outset, the requirements to the period of holding a status of permanent resident and physical presence need to be met. It is assumed that a green card holder will reside in the U.S. If a green card holder is planning to be abroad for an extended period of time (1 year or more), a reentry permit is required to be obtained before the green card holder leaves the U.S. Such reentry permit is obtained by applying to USCIS on Form I-131 (Application for Travel document). A U.S. permanent residency can be considered abandoned for absences shorter than 1 year if a permanent resident does not maintain certain connection with the U.S.: tax residency, bank account, real estate, etc. To preserve your permanent residency, it is very important to discuss your individual situation with an experienced immigration lawyer.