Applicable US Business Visa(s)

  • Expansion Visa
  • Educational Portal

Managing the international mobility of employees and their families can be very complex. We have had the privilege of assisting thousands of businesses and companies and their HR departments with their Immigration and corporate mobility needs.

Since 1994, our team has had the privilege of assisting over 7000 businesses and companies seeking to expand in the US and/or Canada. We were instrumental in securing over 27,000 Business Visas and thousands of permanent residencies for their key employees (their Dream Team) and their families when transferring to and conquering the US and/or Canadian market.

Upon request we can put you in contact with some of our clients who have benefited from our services and who are in your related field.

The centerpiece of qualifying companies and/or businesses and their key employees (Dream Team) and their families for business immigration is to have a robust, well documented dossier.

Immigration and corporate mobility business planning is essential as well as a necessary part of conducting international business.  Strategic planning is crucial because it ensures your key employees (your Dream Team) and their families, those essential to the success of the expanding Company and/or business, are where you need them to be, whether it’s in the US or Canada.  

With our Business Immigration and Corporate Mobility Plan, we aim to provide the deciders of a business or company with an accurate and complete snapshot of their rights and privileges in the context of conducting business in the US and/or Canada. When planning their expansion, management will be aware who in their employee pool are admissible to be transferred.

The content of the immigration and corporate mobility business plan 

Part one

We will assist you if applicable in the legal structuring of your corporate structure (for business immigration purposes as required by the US and/or Canada when transferring your key employees (Dream Team) and their families).

Part two

Detailing the overall project. The most important part is detailing and documenting every aspect of the operations and management. This includes justifying why the key and specialized skill employees are essential to the success of the operations of business or company in the target country. By providing a clear picture of what are their job descriptions are their home country are and what positions they are expected to fulfill in the target country, we maximise the rate of success of their immigration applications.

Part three

Documenting short, medium and long term goals of the business or company. Providing a complete picture of the expected growth and the goals of the business or company.

Planning immigration and corporate mobility for key employees and their families belongs front and centre in your expansion plan, because it is them who will effectively be managing your overall structure in the target country when the transaction is completed. Furthermore these key employees become more committed to be transferred to a new venture as they see all that will be done to secure their family’s entry and residency to a the target country


Our Guidebook shows how to plan your business-related activities in the US and Canada.  In 1994 we created our Guidebook to provide a turnkey roadmap for companies and businesses operating in two or more countries.  We personalize each Guidebook for the business or company to which it is destined, so that it caters to their specific needs.

We’ve seen thousands of individuals who were banned from entering the US and Canada for 5 to 10 years for lying to immigration officers about their true intent coming to the US or Canada. Our guidebook contains a roadmap to exercising 18 business related activities, permitted in the US or Canada. Training is provided to the HR department and in the end, it takes your team approximately 20 minutes to complete temporary immigration applications.

With the Guidebook, you’ll have all the necessary tools to secure your employees that have to conduct cross-border business activities.

18 business related activities autorized in the US and/or Canada

  • Business meeting
  • Sales, installation
  • After sales services
  • Troubleshooting
  • Purchasing agent
  • Attending a conference
  • Giving a conference
  • Conventions
  • Seminars
  • Trade fairs
  • Giving training
  • Attending training programs
  • Litigation
  • Marketing
  • Research and design
  • Transportation
  • other.