EB1C (EB-1C) Visa Business Plan
The EB1C (EB-1C) visa category is a First Preference category reserved for managers and executives. To qualify for an EB1C (EB-1C) status, the candidate must have been employed as a manager or executive for one year within the past three years by the overseas affiliate, parent company, subsidiary or branch of the U.S. employer.
The EB1C (EB-1C) visa is a viable avenue for startups or large companies to expand their services and to bring their most talented and valuable executives to their U.S. location.
At Visa Business Plans, we can assist clients and immigration attorneys with creating professional, comprehensive business plans for EB1C (EB-1C) visa petitions. We can evaluate the client’s unique situation and produce a highly detailed plan that effectively articulates their project or venture.
EB1C (EB-1C) Visa Requirements: Managers & Executive Transferees
The transferring of the executive or manager includes either relocating to a different branch under the same company or transferring to an affiliated company as a branch or subsidiary. Either the U.S. employer or the foreign employer can submit a petition for an EB1C (EB-1C) visa.
Requirements for EB-1C Visa:
- The company must demonstrate a qualifying relationship between the U.S. office and the foreign office.
- The U.S. and the foreign company must be doing business actively.
- The U.S. entity must be viable and have existed in the U.S. for at least a year.
Discuss Your Visa Business Plan with Our Experts
If you need assistance preparing an effective visa business plan and in learning how we can streamline the process, contact us. As immigrants ourselves and USCIS-recognized experts (*) in the fields of business and finance, we can help clients and attorneys create a thorough plan, identify potential obstacles, and anticipate potential issues in their petitions. We are confident in our ability to deliver a plan that is compliant with USCIS guidelines and adjudication standards.
(*) Visa Business Plans’ founder was granted an O1 (O-1) visa in business by USCIS. An O1 (O-1) visa is granted to selected individuals who are at the top in their industry because of their extraordinary abilities in that field of expertise.