Jennifer Grady, Esq. to Provide Guest Lecture at UCLA’s International Trade and Commerce Program

uclaOn November 30, 2017, Jennifer Grady, Esq. will provide a guest lecture to students at the University of California, Los Angeles, International Trade and Commerce Program as part of their course entitled, “Doing Business in the U.S.”  Ms. Grady will discuss corporate formation options for California entrepreneurs, and immigration visa options, including the Specialty Occupation H-1B visa; J-1 Trainee visa;  TN visa for professionals from Mexico and Canada; the E-2 Investor Visa for new and existing US businesses; and the and L-1A option for executives, managers, and entrepreneurs opening an office of an existing foreign business in the United States.

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Jennifer A. Grady, Esq.

“Doing Business in the U.S.” is a course offered through UCLA Extension.  It provides entrepreneurs, business managers, and international trade professionals with key business and cultural insights to do business within the mainstream U.S. market. Topics include an overview of the U.S. economy, regional and national demographics and cultural dynamics, business customs, framework of the U.S. legal system, marketing strategies, and negotiating tactics. Continue reading

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L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa For Executives, Managers, and Employees with “Specialized Knowledge”

by Jennifer Grady, Esq.

L1-visaThe L-1A Non-Immigrant classification enables a US employer to transfer an executive or manager from one of its affiliated foreign offices abroad to one of its offices in the United States.  This classification also enables a foreign company which does not yet have an affiliated U.S. office to send an executive or manager to the United States with the purpose of establishing one.

In addition, if the business remains viable, meaning that it can show a profit or imminent profit potential, the L-1A holder and his or her dependents can apply for a Green Card after the first year.

If you are a CEO, manager, executive, or professional with specialized knowledge who plans to bring your expertise to an existing US office, or to open a new US office of your company, ask yourself the following questions below: Continue reading