This webinar will teach you about setting up a business and immigrating to the USA, with a primary focus on bringing foreign managers and executives to work in your U.S. business.
There are three aspects to beginning a business in the US.
First, you must have the legal right to open a business. This includes citizen or legal permanent resident shareholders, or a foreign corporation that establishes a branch in the United States (i.e. not a new company, rather an extension of an existing foreign company).
Secondly, you are required to file state incorporation papers in the state you intend to set up business.
Finally, you must pay taxes and register at both the state, local, and federal level to ensure your business is properly set up with the relevant taxing authority.
This webinar focuses primarily on the hiring of local nationals, or bringing foreign managers to run the business is the final stage of opening a business in the United States.
All attendees will receive an electronic (PDF) certificate of attendance, recording their participation in this online webinar.
You will also have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenters to find out answers about a foreign business operating in the United States.
What documents are needed to prove your business has been operational prior to entering the United States market.
The differences in types of business visas; including H, E, EB, and L.
Pending legislation aimed at making L visas harder to acquire.
Proving viability – how to show you have sufficient funds to operate in the American market place.
How to bring your employee families over to the United States.