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EB1-C Question.

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I have been working for a relatively small company (60 employees) since 2012 and am currently on a H1-B visa. We have recently opened up an office in London and I am moving there in a managerial capacity to grow the team there (possibly to hire 3 people) and generate business. I plan to be there for about a year and a half.


I will be coming back to the USA and will be managing a team of 3 - 4 individuals here as well.


I have the following questions:

1) Can I come back to the USA on an L1-A visa even though I am currently on a H1-B visa?

I have read that you can apply for your green card through the EB1-C process if you come back on an L1-A, which is much quicker than going through the EB2 process


2) Since we are a small organization, is it true that my chances of getting an approval under the EB1-C will be any lesser if I had worked for a large multi-national organization?


3) Has anyone had any success with a similar situation and if you could recommend a law firm that you have personally dealt with?


Any help on this matter is greatly appreciated!



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1. Yes, you can enter with L1A provided you fulfill USCIS conditions for L1A. Mere possession of L1A does not mean that by default you are eligible for EB1.

2. You need to talk to an attorney.

3. Talk to Murthy law firm.

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