Over the last few years, approvals of L-1B cases have become particularly difficult. An L-1B (Intra-Company Transfer Visa) petitioner retained us after receiving a Request for Evidence from USCIS requiring additional proof that the beneficiary had specialized knowledge and that the job duties required an individual with unique knowledge of the petitioner’s complex technology. We provided documentation to show that the beneficiary had skills that could not be obtained in the open market. We were also able to show that, within the petitioner’s employee pool, the beneficiary was unique and had gained specialized knowledge through training and years of hands-on experience with the technology.
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We were retained to assist with re-filing a complex L-1B petition. The case had various intricate issues regarding the beneficiary's eligibility for L-1B classification. One prominent issue was that the petitioner wanted the beneficiary to operate from the client site instead of the premises of the petitioner. The earlier petition, processed in-house by the employer, was denied by USCIS on the grounds that the petitioner failed to satisfy eligibility criteria for L-1B classification. The employer did not provide appropriate evidence to prove the specialized knowledge of the beneficiary and the employer-employee relationship. The petitioner also failed to provide certain crucial supporting evidence. With the aforementioned background, we took over the case and filed a new L-1B petition. We prepared a complete and detailed petition, addressing each requirement for L-1B classification. Throughout the process, our firm continuously advised and guided the petitioner in preparing, collecting and collating the extensive supporting documentation for the petition: The L-1B petition was timely approved.