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B1 Business Visitor Visa

B1 Business Visitor Visa

For Those Canadians Who Want To Enter USA For Business

Canadians who want to enter the United States for business are often times B-1 permit holders.

The B-1 visa is designed to be fast and efficient, allowing Canadians to easily enter the US for business trips.

That being said, the US is focused on a high level of security. For this reason, even B-1 visa permits can be hard to come by. It is essential for anybody seeking a B-1 business visitor visa to hire an immigration law firm that can help navigate the application process and avoid potential downfalls.

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Niren & Associates has many years of experience helping people obtain their B-1 visa. We can work with you from the beginning of the process until the end, ensuring that your application is in order and includes all the proper information.

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A B-1 Business Visitor is required for Canadian Residents wishing to enter the United States to conduct such business-like activities as.

Required to attend business meetings

Consulting with associates

Required to attend business conferences and conventions

Negotiate contracts

The need to investigate business opportunities

Purchase real estate in the U.S

Under NAFTA, people with B-1 status may be required to perform the following activities:

They may be required to attend business meetings

Confer with associates

Attend requisite business conferences and conventions

They may need to negotiate contracts

Investigate business opportunities

They may be required to purchase property in the U.S

They may need to do requisite research and design such as scientific, statistical, and technical research.

They may also need to help with growth, manufacturing, and production, including harvest owners supervising harvesting crews and purchasing and production management personnel conducting commercial transactions.

They may also need to focus on marketing, including market research and analysts.

Managing sales, including: supervising sales representatives and agents, taking orders and negotiating contracts for goods or services. However, they may not oversee the delivery of goods or providing services; buyers purchasing for an enterprise located in Canada.

Distribution, such as transportation operators delivering to, or loading and transporting from Canada or the United States, with no intermediate loading or delivery within the United States; customs brokers performing brokerage duties associated with the export of goods.

After-sales service, including installers, repair and maintenance personnel, and supervisors possessing specialized knowledge essential to the seller’s contractual obligation, performing services or training workers to perform such services pursuant to a warranty or other service contract incidental to the sale of commercial or industrial equipment or machinery, including computer software purchased from an enterprise located outside the country, during the life of the warranty or service agreement.

What Activities Will NOT be permissible under B-1 status?

There is no cut and dry answer to this question. Typically, activities that engage the United States labor market are not permitted.

B-1 status will Be Temporary

Potential applicants should always be aware that B-1 Visa, L-1 Visa, and TN Visa status is for a temporary period of time. After the visa expires, the application is required to leave the US.

 

How Can I Qualify For A B-1 Visa?

It is possible for Canadian Citizens to obtain a B-1 visa at a US/Canadian port of entry.

B-1 applicants are advised to have the following documentation in support of their B-1 case on hand:

Evidence of ties to Canada like, for example, bank records

Proof of close family relatives within Canada

Property deeds and other related documentation that prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the applicant will return to Canada before or upon the expiration of their B-1 status.

Documents that prove that the applicant will be engaging in standard B-1 activities.

With Our Experience in US immigration, We Can Help You Choose The Best Options

With more than 30 years o experience, exclusively in immigration law, Niren & Associates has the knowledge necessary to help with your B-1 visa application.  Over the years, we have helped thousands of people obtain a B-1 visa.

Our Los Angeles office has a long track record of success. If you need assistance with your B-1 visa, feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience.

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