Setting up in the U.S.? Then you are investing capital, know-how, and your company’s reputation. Few companies trust that process to a stranger. Businesses entering the U.S. market for the first time almost invariably want trusted personnel at the helm or experienced technical support involved. To bring that support to the U.S., you will need visas and/or Green Cards.
Because Martensen Wright PC assists with your broad business goals – – from corporate formation to closing key transactions – – we are especially well placed to serve your business immigration needs. Your eligibility for a Treaty Investor (E-2) visa may hinge upon how you fund your start up, and at what levels. You need to know this up front. Whether or not management or key personnel may qualify for an L visa may well depend on the role the individual holds in the parent corporation and the new start up, along with their experience and education. You need to know this before you create positions or select personnel.
Over the years, our immigration professionals have handled hundreds of visa applications to the United States, and likewise have obtained permanent residency (Green Cards) for many clients who have decided to stay in the United States on a more permanent basis. Also, we have assisted U.S. businesses in having Americans stationed in Denmark on a temporary basis.