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1. You must have been employed outside the U.S. in the 3 years preceding the petition for at least 1 year by a firm or corporation and you must be seeking to enter the U.S. to continue service to that firm or organization.
2. Your employment must have been outside the U.S. in a managerial or executive capacity and with the same employer, an affiliate, or subsidiary of the employer.
3. Your petitioning employer must be a U.S. employer and have been doing business for at least 1 year, as an affiliate, a subsidiary, or as the same corporation or other legal entity that employed you abroad.
In essence, the third requirement points to the USCIS rule that the U.S. employer has to file the petition for the manager or executive transferee. The petition must be accompanied by a statement from the U.S. employer affirming all of the pertinent requirements, job duties, and periods of employment.
Marilyn Labrada Dumé
Founder & Managing Partner
Marilyn Dume is the founder and managing partner of the firm. Ms. Dume earned a Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School in 1989. Prior to attending Columbia, Ms. Dume attended University of Pennsylvania where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1986. Ms. Dume is admitted to the New Jersey State Bar.