At our law office, we work with entrepreneurs who are in the USA or plan to visit the USA, and who wish build a business or a start a subsidiary of their company in this country. Some of our clients-entrepreneurs already hold a U.S visa, such as B visa (tourist/business visitor), F visa (student), or H visa (work visa).
We constantly work with entrepreneurs and business owners who decided to run a business in the USA and specifically in San Francisco or Silicon Valley.
Many entrepreneurs, after researching the best place to start their business, come to California. We are here to guide you through all steps of the legal immigration process from opening your company to getting visas to your key employees.
We touch on many aspects of your future business in the USA, though we primarily consult on how to start the business from legal and immigration point of view. We are excited to work with you!
Investor visas: E2, EB5
Options for International Entrepreneurs (Foreign Founders)
Attorney help answering RFE for Self-Filed petitions (applies for all types of cases)
Annually, about 28% of all new U.S. businesses are opened by immigrants. Nearly 40 percent of Fortune 500 Companies were founded by immigrants or their children. That is why we added business law practice to our services, so we can help our current and potential clients with the following business matters:
BUSINESS LAW AND STARTUPS
Legal services for your business
Registration of Corporations & LLC
Assistance with Business Plans
Assistance in business disputes
Planning your immigration strategy before you start business in the USA
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