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Q&A Post on Avvo.com on L-1 Visa – Working or Studying Outside of the L-1 Company

PUBLIC’S QUESTION: Study/ work part time Except my full time job on L1 Visa – Possible?
Asked about 4 hours ago – Miami, FL
Practice area: Immigration

Hi, Is this possible ..

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I would like to work/study part time in addition to my full time job

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Answered less than a minute ago. Immigration Attorney in Miami, FL.
It appears that working for a different company may require applying for a different type of visa. A person with an L-1 Visa is limited to working for a qualifying member of the multinational group (the company, its affiliates, branches, subsidiaries, or parent) that sponsored him or her. If the L-1 Visa holder has a regular L-1, you may have to notify the USCIS of such a transfer, however a blanket L-1 holder may not need to notify the USCIS. You may, however, work part-time with your L-1 Visa at your sponsor company, or you may apply for a green card, or you may apply for some other visa.
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