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).  When deciding to process for your L-1 Visa at a port of entry there are many factors that must be taken into account. CBP Officers are very thorough and can be very intimidating. Once an L-1 Visa application is made the interviewing CBP officer will take notes of the interview in the system. Errors in a L-1 Visa application can lead to refused entry, future travel problems, and denials. Before presenting a L-1 Visa application at a port of entry is best to speak with a lawyer experienced in L-1 visa port of entry applications.  Due to our years of experience assisting Canadians with L-1 Visa applications and our frequent interactions with CBP officers, we are able to provide the most current and effective L-1 Visa representation available.