Canadian L-1 Visa applicants have the option of applying for an L-1 visa in person at a designated port of entry or by mail with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  Citizens of all other countries must apply with USCIS by mail. When deciding to process for your L-1 Visa by mail with USCIS there are many factors that must be taken into account. In some cases processing by mail is advised over presenting an application in person at the border. L-1 applications by mail are common for those outside of Canada, applicants already in the United States in L-1 status, and changes in employment. USCIS adjudicators make their decision on your case based on the supporting evidence submitted with USCIS Form I-129. USCIS will either approve the application, deny the application, or issue a request for additional evidence (RFE).  Before filing a L-1 Visa application by mail with USCIS it is best to speak with a lawyer experienced in L-1 visa applications by mail.  Due to our years of experience assisting businesses from all over the world with L-1 Visa applications and our frequent interactions with USCIS, we are able to provide the most current and effective L-1 Visa representation available.