Immigration Attorney Serving Multinational Managers
Multinational executives and managers have exemption from the labor certification requirement.
These are executives and managers who are “starting-up” business operations in the U.S. for foreign corporations as well those being transferred to the U.S. by large international corporations based in the U.S. or abroad.
To be admitted as an immigrant, a multinational executive or manager must have been employed in a managerial or executive or executive capacity for at least one out of the past three years. The past employment must be with the same employer, an affiliate, a parent or a subsidiary. The petitioning employer must have been doing business in the U.S. for at least one year.