L1 Visa USA /L1 Visa Canada
"A bridge for a better tomorrow".
We have prepared a link from Serbia that leads no less and no more, but to another continent. We have prepared a "bridge" that connects 2 different cultures. The new service involves a combination of America and Europe.
Who is it for?
It is intended for the business world that is trying to expand horizons, that does not stay in one place and that has a vision. Business on 2 continents, as of today, is possible with the assistance of the already well-known WTS team.
Whether you want a company in America and a residence in Serbia (or vice versa), believe me it is possible. As a well-known business target, America still offers a handful of benefits when it comes to doing business. If you combine the European way of doing business and living, you get the ideal combination with American culture.
Steps to apply for L1 Visa in USA/Canada:
Unique offer includes:
L1 Visa - Packages in Canada
Unique offer includes:
LCC in Canada with Branch in Serbia CONTACT US
L1 Visa - Packages in USA
LCC in USA with branch in SerbiaCONTACT US
LCC in USA with branch in Serbia CONTACT US
* May vary depending on the package
* 7 days after we receive necesary documents
Assistance in Bank Account Opening*
* UP TO 15 DAYS
Preparation for Visa D
* INVITATION LETTER UP TO 2 DAYS
Arrival in Serbia With Visa D
* IPicking up white card 1 day
* Up to 15 days
Assistance in Application for Serbian Residency
* plication for serbian residency 1 day. And getting residency
1 Year of Active Business Trought Formed LLC
Assistance in Application for L1 Visa
Can a non-resident person start a company in Canada?
Yes, foreign citizens or investors are welcome to open companies in Canada, and there are no difference between residents and non residents.
What types of companies can I open in Canada?
One can open several types of companies in Canada, however the most common and the one that we recommend is the corporation. The Canadian corporation is the equivalent of the limited liability company
Does the company have to be registered in Canada?
Yes, in order to be considered a resident company, a business must have a registered address in Canada. The company seat may be registered in one of the Canadian provinces, and you can choose where you want to register your company.