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Make a solid case with an L-1 visa business plan.
Immigration law can be complex, and as an intracompany transferee applying for an L-1 visa, you need to not only apply for a visa but create a business plan to show how your transfer is necessary for the company’s success in the U.S. While not specifically required by the USCIS, an L-1 business plan can maximize the chances of your success. L1 visas are for managers, executives or specialized employees, so show your importance through the business plan.
Professionally Prepared L-1 Business Plan
With an L1 business plan, your audience is going to be the USCIS officer reviewing your application, so be sure it can be easily understood by those outside the business world. Set yourself up for success with a complete business plan for your goals in the U.S.
What Should an L1 Business Plan Include?
Your business plan should be professionally prepared and presented, with a clear understanding of the business as well as lacking errors in grammar, spelling or requirements. When creating the document, work with experts who can help you fulfill all the requirements.
Explain the business: what it does, when it was created, who owns it. Discuss everything you would in a business summary for other business plans, but also include information on the foreign company’s business model so the USCIS can understand its financial stability and how it can grow a business in the U.S. When discussing foreign currencies in the financial information section, convert it to USD and include the exchange rate (including when and where that rate was found).
Include a market analysis, industry information, competitor review and marketing plan for USCIS to understand how your company will work in the U.S. You’ll need to explain the location of the U.S. business. Include information on deeds or leases you have. Show the company hierarchy, and discuss leadership both internationally and in the U.S. location. It’s important to show the personnel information of the L-1 applicant, including the resume and role they will fill. Also include an outline of job opportunities and descriptions for positions you’ll create.
Supporting documentation that can also be included with your business plan to increase your chances of success include:
Proof of business space (a lease or deed)
Financial statements for past three years
Organizational hierarchy and five year projected hierarchy in the U.S.
L-1 applicant’s resume, and resumes for other managers in the company
Documents showing if the foreign branch is a parent company or affiliate
Buy-sell agreement, if buying a company or franchise
Documents to show if it’s a corporation or LLC
Get Expert Help With Your L-1 Business Plan
Work one-on-one with an expert L-1 business plan consultant to showcase how your company can benefit the U.S. and sustain a branch with an L-1 intracompany transfer.
With thousands of immigration business plans written over the past decade, Bargain Business Plan is experienced and knowledgeable in helping L-1 applications write plans to support their application. We understand the needs of this type of business plan, and can help you create one that is compliant with USCIS requirements. By working with immigration law firms nationwide, we stay on top of changes and updates to the business immigration industry.
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