The Grady Firm recently filed an L-1A Intracompany transferee petition application for a corporate
the U.S. subsidiary of a multi-national company with offices around the
world. This company was seeking to transfer a high-level executive in
the role of CEO to the U.S. subsidiary in new York. The L-1A visa
allows multi-national executives to relocate to the U.S. for up to 7
years, and can lead to a Green Card. This popular visa has faced
increased scrutiny under the Trump Administration, resulting in more
Requests for Evidence, delays, and denials.
Because this visa is eligible for Premium Processing (a 15-day case review for an additional $1,410.00 filing fee), our client was fortunate to receive an approval within 15 days without a further costly and time-consuming Request for Evidence by USCIS.
The key to our success was anticipating what documentation would be sought by the adjudicating officer, and providing a meticulous, detailed, and creative presentation. In order to prevent a delay by Request for more Evidence from USCIS, we provided some of the following evidence in anticipation: