In this growing global economy, U.S. employers often have a need to obtain visas for their employees to work in other countries.

Trow & Rahal provides comprehensive immigration support in the area of global immigration. We assist employers with global visa issues, including matters where U.S. and international workers are being sent abroad for business activities and where an employer is assigning one of its employees to a global site for short- or long-term employment purposes.

Our firm assists corporate clients in determining if and when a visa is appropriate or necessary and the best way in which to obtain a required foreign visa. We also partner with vetted co-counsel in many countries. We have experience in obtaining business and work visas for a multitude of countries, including extensive experience in India, China, Mexico, Canada, Russia and the Schengen States (Germany, France, Italy, etc.).

How We Can Help You

We are experts in the area of global immigration and help employers obtain appropriate visas in a timely manner. Trow & Rahal provide services to employers in the global mobilization of their work force by assisting with business visitor visas, obtaining work visas when appropriate in the applicable countries, completion of visa applications, determining registration, residence permits and other in-country obligations of foreign nationals, supporting accompanying family members and their ability to obtain work authorization, indefinite residence, and naturalization.

I have to thank you for your assistance in helping us acquire the new visas for our employees. The interviewer at the U.S. embassy in Poland said it was the best prepared visa application packet he has seen yet.
Vice President, Multinational Firm based in the U.S.

To learn how our Winning Immigration Strategies can work for you, contact us today.

Phone: 202-537-4830

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