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Our expertise can ensure that your tax and immigration procedures are smoothly streamlined. We can support you throughout your business journey, from the initial stages to long-term successes, and with any legal requirements that may arise.
We offer unique customization of our business services to address your specific needs and challenges when operating your business in the US or internationally. Our expertise includes Tax Planning and Business Structures, providing strategic solutions to maximize tax savings for your past, present, and future years.
Unlocking immigration opportunities by offering strategic advice. Whether you are an individual seeking a fresh start, a family looking to secure a better future for your loved ones, or a business aiming to expand your operations in the USA, we are here to assist you at every stage of the process.
Offering a perfect suite of services: Business, Tax & Immigration!
We’re thrilled to announce that our suite of services is now complete! We have listened to our clients’ needs and combined forces with top-notch professionals who have a 4 decade long proven track record of customer satisfaction.
At our company, we prioritize our clients’ needs. That’s why we’re thrilled to offer Business, Tax, and Immigration services with our team of top-notch professionals who prioritize customer satisfaction and expertise.
Vision: We are the team you need to realize your Business and Immigration Dreams!
Mission: We customize strategies that fit your needs to obtain your Business and Immigration goals.
Principles: Trust, Transparency, Honesty, Education and Results!
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We're Still Building on our Stellar 4-Decade Reputation.
We've been serving clients for over 40 years!
We've been catering to our clients for over 40 years, and we're proud of their continued support and appreciation for our exceptional services. Our commitment to our clients goes way beyond just offering tax, business, and wealth management services.
Our journey that began in East Los Angeles has fueled our enthusiasm to continue to serve the Hispanic and Latin communities. We are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with an immigration firm in Mexico to provide our clients with a comprehensive range of services. We're thrilled to start this exciting new chapter and serve our clients to the fullest through our collaboration.
At IRBusiness, we believe that professional services are essential for success in a changing world, no matter if you are a family, individual, or business. We aim to simplify legal compliance for our clients, allowing them to focus on positively impacting their communities and the world. Our goal is to be the go-to resource for anyone looking to establish themselves, protect their interests, and thrive in an ever-changing landscape.
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Our passionate team of experts aims to make a difference and promote growth in the industries we work with. We strive to be a positive force for change. Together, we can build a brighter future for everyone.
“My husband and I had a very positive experience obtaining our TN and TD visa thanks to the IRB Immigration Team. Their way of addressing our concerns whether through phone or email was concise and professional.
I highly recommend them to everyone; because the IRB Immigration team gives an excellent service experience.”
Mary Carmen Trujillo
“For some years now I have worked for a company remotely from Mexico because I did not have the appropriate visas that would allow me to travel to America and work there legally. I lost many opportunities to advance in my career, for this same reason of not having a proper Visa, all of this changed when I met IRB Immigration.
This amazing company helped me obtain the correct visa allowing me to travel and work in the United States of America legally. Thanks to IRB Immigration I have a stable job in America that I love working at but most importantly it was all processed and achieved legally.”
Claudia Gabriela Hurtado Ambriz
“About 10 years ago I was in dire need of Business and Tax help… Then I met IRBusiness and things have been running great ever since. I appreciate all her help and experience with everything. Her entire team has an abundance of knowledge and I trust them thoroughly, I couldn’t ask for a more reliable set of people in my corner.”
Bertha Gonzalez - Ben’s Tires and Brakes
Luz Gonzalez - Luceros Bakery
“I’ve been working with you because you and your team have provided me with accurate, up to date financial information that has helped me grow my business as well as strategy development.”
Adrian Acosta - On Time Rooter and Plumbing Guys Inc
Karina Lopez - Casa Latina Furniture LLC
Frequently Asked Questions
We aim to provide clarity on common queries and demystify the intricate aspects of business, tax, and US immigration, ensuring that you have the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions.
Tax requirements and regulations can change frequently, and even accidental non-compliance can have serious consequences. As such, it is recommended to check the latest information from official sources, such as the websites of the U.S. IRS or the Mexican tax administration service. IRBusiness is always available and versed in the latest tax laws and solutions. Let us help you.
What type of business are you looking to start? We can help you get set up legally in either country, but there are different requirements for certain business types. Get in touch with us for a free consultation. We will prepare all the necessary licenses and permits for your business based on your location, business type, and taxation. We’ll go through the checklist to answer such questions as:
- If you are a foreign national or non-resident, can you start a business in the US or Mexico?
- What are the common business structures available in the US or Mexico?
- Are there any restrictions or limitations on foreign ownership or investment in the US or Mexico?
- How can I secure financing or funding for my business in the US or Mexico?
- Are there any specific industry-specific regulations or considerations to be aware of when starting a business in the US or Mexico?
The IRBusiness team is well versed in the process for obtaining a work visa in the United States or Mexico. Here is a general overview of the process for obtaining a work visa in each country:
- Determine Eligibility: Identify the appropriate work visa category based on your job offer, qualifications, and purpose of employment. Common work visa categories in the U.S. include H-1B (specialty occupations), L-1 (intracompany transfers), E-2 (treaty investors), and O-1 (individuals with extraordinary ability).
- Employer Sponsorship: In most cases, your employer must initiate the visa process by filing a petition on your behalf with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The employer typically needs to demonstrate that they have a valid job offer and that hiring a foreign worker will not adversely affect U.S. workers.
- Labor Certification (if applicable): Certain employment-based visas, such as the PERM (Program Electronic Review Management) Labor Certification, require the employer to go through a labor certification process to demonstrate that there are no qualified U.S. workers available for the position.
- File Visa Application: Once the petition is approved, you will need to submit a visa application to the U.S. embassy or consulate in your home country. This involves completing the application form, providing supporting documents, paying the application fee, and scheduling an interview (if required).
- Attend Visa Interview: Attend the visa interview at the U.S. embassy or consulate. During the interview, you may be asked questions about your qualifications, job offer, and purpose of travel. The consular officer will make a determination based on the information provided.
- Visa Issuance and Travel: If your visa application is approved, your passport will be stamped with the visa, allowing you to travel to the United States for employment purposes. The visa will specify the duration of your authorized stay and any additional conditions or restrictions.
- Determine Eligibility: Identify the appropriate work visa category based on your job offer, qualifications, and purpose of employment. Common work visa categories in Mexico include FM3 (Non-immigrant visa for work), FM2 (Immigrant visa for work), and Visitor Visa with Permission to Perform Paid Activities.
- Employer Sponsorship: Your employer in Mexico must initiate the visa process by submitting a petition to the National Institute of Immigration (INM) or the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS), depending on the visa category. The employer typically needs to demonstrate that they have a valid job offer and fulfill specific requirements.
- Gather Required Documentation: Prepare the required documentation, which may include a job offer letter, employment contract, educational qualifications, professional credentials, and proof of financial solvency.
- Submit Visa Application: Submit the visa application along with the supporting documents to the appropriate Mexican consulate or embassy in your home country. Pay the visa fee and schedule an appointment for document submission (if required).
- Attend Biometrics Appointment (if required): Depending on the visa category, you may be required to attend a biometrics appointment to provide fingerprints and photographs.
- Visa Issuance and Travel: If your visa application is approved, the consulate will issue the work visa. You can then travel to Mexico and complete the visa process by registering with the INM and obtaining the actual visa card, known as a "tarjeta de residente."
It's important to note that the specific requirements, procedures, and processing times may vary within each visa category and can change over time. It's advisable to consult with the relevant consular or immigration authorities or seek guidance from an immigration attorney for detailed and up-to-date information specific to your situation.
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