The H-1B Visa applies to those who wish to perform services in specialty occupations, exceptional merit and ability related to the Department of Defense, or services of a fashion model of distinguished merit or ability.
In order for you to enter and temporarily work in the United States, your prospective employer must generally make a petition on your behalf. There are several non-immigrant (temporary) visas.
The L-1A and L-1B Visas are for intracompany transferees who are managers/executives (A) or employees with specialized knowledge (B). The Visa enables foreign companies to transfer employees to affiliated offices in the United States.
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Ms. Tester is an accomplished attorney with expertise in federal business immigration law. Prior to opening her own law office, Ms. Tester was Associate General Counsel for the University of Utah for seven years where she provided legal advice on all immigration matters and supervised I-9 matters for approximately 15,000 employees by managing federal audits and investigations and implementing an electronic Form I-9 and E-Verify program.