L1 Visa Business Plan
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L1 Visa Business Plan

The L1 visa was created to allow US companies to transfer employees from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the United States under certain conditions. It is divided in 2 types:


The L1a visa allows the transfer of an acknowledged executive or manager to the company’s US office

The L1b visa makes it possible for an employee with a special knowledge relating to the organization’s interests to be transferred.


There also is the L2 visa that is intended for the family of an L1 visa beneficiary.


Although the L1 visa requirements may seem daunting at first, they can be met with a well-developed L1 Visa Business Plan. Thankfully, our team of expert business plan writers have been helping countless companies bring their valued foreign-based team members and their families to the US.


Joorney Business Plans pursues excellence by providing high-end services to our clients. We pride ourselves on the professionalism of our expert team and ability to write business plans individually rather than using business plan software, thereby producing quality document each and every time.


L1 Visa Business Plan Details

Starting Price: $2,000


Days until first Draft: 7-10 days
Number of pages: 35 – 45 pages





  • Business Description
  • Parent Company Description
  • Industry & Market Analysis
  • Marketing Plan
  • Personnel Plan
  • Financial Projections (5 years)



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L1 Visa Business Plan

Top 7 Best Business Practices for Avoiding L1 Visa Rejection - Top 7 Best Business Practices for Avoiding L1 Visa Rejection Applying for visas, of any sort, requires fortitude and perseverance, but mainly strong organizational skills.  Meanwhile, the biggest fear is rejection.  After all that hard work, no one wants to be denied.  The thought of rejection alone is daunting and intimidating; even more so now since President Obama has put L1 visa applications under the microscope with his guidelines for Immigration Reform in November 2014 (link), USCIS. This means that applying for an L1 Visa will require extra preparation in order to avoid l1 visa rejection. What is the L1 Read More

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