L-1B Intracompany Transfer for Accountant

L-1B Intracompany Transfer for Accountant

L-1B Intracompany Transfer (Specially Skilled Employee), Tsang & Associates, Joseph Tsang, Attorney at Law

Tsang & Associates recently assisted a client with a successful L-1B intracompany transfer (Specially Skilled Employee) petition. Joseph Tsang, Attorney at Law, has summarized the case as follows.

Tsang & Associates recently assisted Mr. Wang from China to successfully apply for L-1B intra-company transfer (special skills employee).
Joseph Tsang, Attorney at Law, summarizes the case as follows.

Applicant :Tire Company
Beneficiary: Mr. Wang
Nationality: Chinese
Application Category L-1B intra-company transfer (special skills employees)
Industry Tire manufacturing
Position Accountant

Difficulties in this case.
Difficulty in proving the beneficiary’s special skills and qualifications

Tire Corporation would like to secure Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) for an internal transfer (special skills employee) to the U.S. subsidiary. Mr. Wang’s professional ability is expected to make a significant contribution to the future of Tire’s U.S. subsidiary. Recognizing the difficulty of the L-1B petition and the increasing rejection rate, the company decided to engage Tsang & Associates to prepare Mr. Wang’s L-1B petition. The firm filed the L-1B petition on March 10, 2015, and received a letter from USCIS on March 24, 2015, seeking more evidence of Mr. Wang’s outstanding ability to work in China and the United States. Upon receipt of the letter, our firm immediately contacted USCIS and eventually assisted Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) in obtaining his L-1B visa on June 3, 2015.

The key to the success of the case:

The first point of the case is that Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) has the required expertise for the U.S. branch and the beneficiary must prove that he intends to serve in the U.S. branch with the requested expertise.

In addition to the original certification, the firm also solicited letters from both the China and U.S. offices regarding Mr. Wang’s contribution to the firm and the uniqueness of his expertise as the firm’s accountant, and further, that Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) would be able to bring his skills and knowledge in China to the benefit of the U.S. office.

In the petition, we also explained in detail the scope of Mr. Wang’s work at the U.S. branch, the importance and irreplaceability of Mr. Wang to the company’s development, and the fact that Mr. Wang’s trading skills and financial knowledge are assets that cannot be obtained by an outside tire company, thus proving that Mr. Wang is qualified for the L-1B intra-company transfer (special skills employee) petition. Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) has sufficient qualifications for the L-1B internal transfer (special skills employee) petition.

Second, USCIS determined that our firm failed to provide sufficient proof of Mr. Wang’s (beneficiary) eligibility. To respond to this certificate,The firm reiterates Mr. Wang’s (the Beneficiary) past experience and the professional competence accumulated by the current firm, and focuses on Mr. Wang’s (the Beneficiary) training and licenses and certifications outside the balance of his employment. Firstly, we listed the training that Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) received during his two years of employment with Tire Corporation, and secondly, we invited reputable professors to provide valuable advice on Mr. Wang (the beneficiary)’s contribution to the development of the company, such as excellent accounting skills and familiarity with the company’s software. The application also details the difficulty of learning the company’s software and the fact that the slightest mistake would result in a huge loss, but Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) is proficient in both the China and U.S. branch software and retains its accuracy.

Finally, USCIS requires our firm to certify that Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) intends to serve in the U.S. branch office with the expertise requested. First, the firm provides a detailed description of the scope of Mr. Wang’s (Beneficiary’s) responsibilities in the China office and the specifications. In addition, we provide a list of the areas of responsibility and specifications that Mr. Wang (the Beneficiary) performs in both the China and U.S. offices to demonstrate that Mr. Wang (the Beneficiary) intends to serve in the U.S. office with the requested expertise. In addition, the firm highlights that Mr. Wang (Beneficiary) has actually used his excellent auditing and financial skills in his work, and that Mr. Wang (Beneficiary) actually prepared for the transfer to the U.S. office during his two years of training. At the end of the article, the firm re-emphasizes that Mr. Wang’s skills and expertise will make an indispensable contribution to the development of his U.S. office, and therefore Mr. Wang is fully qualified to apply for an L-1B intra-company transfer (special skills employee).

We provided a total of 161 pages of supplemental instructions to USCIS and were notified that the petition was approved on June 3, 2015, and were able to assist Mr. Wang (the beneficiary) in obtaining his L-1B visa.

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