ImmigrationBiz is dedicated to helping foreign business owners, investors, and entrepreneurs that are ready to expand to the U.S. market by setting up a new company, an affiliate or buying an existing business. We are delivering best and most innovative legal solutions to our clients. We practice all aspects of U.S. business immigration and corporate law, with a special focus on business-related and investment issues.

Additionally, we provide various business consulting and marketing services that help clients take their businesses to the next level.  If you are a self-motivated and driven entrepreneur who is ready to expand your business to the U.S., contact us for an initial consultation.

Marieta Oslanec is the founder of ImmigrationBiz,  a passionate entrepreneur and author who has been featured in several media outlets including Forbes, Playboy, CBS News 8, Pravda, Radio Express, HeraHerold and WomanMan, LA Start-up Magazine, EMMA, among others.  Marieta is originally from Slovakia where she graduated from Matej Bel Universite School of Law, and later moved to the U.S. where she graduated from the prestigious Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago.  Upon graduation, Marieta relocated to New York, where she started ImmigrationBiz, with a focus on working with foreign investors and entrepreneurs who want to expand to the U.S. market.  Marieta’s main interest is helping foreign startups, entrepreneurs and investors to move to the U.S. with ease in order to live their ‘American Dream.’ Marieta speaks fluent Slovak, Czech, and English.  Click here to learn more about Marieta.

  • We approached ImmigrationBiz 2,5 years ago and Miss Marieta has been very helpful since. We had several Investor E-2 Visas prepared and filed by ImmigrationBiz that were all successfully approved. Additionally, we have sent intra-company transferee on E-2 essential employee Visa and the process was successful as well. The overall experience with ImmigrationBiz has been excellent. We continue our business relationship as other visa issues may arise.  

    Peter R.
    Peter R. CEO, 2N USA LLC
  • It all seemed to be very complicated and since I’ve had some negative visa experiences in the past (different countries than US), I was worried that without mental preparation I won’t be able to answer sneaking questions at the US Embassy. We had some Skype conversations and several email exchanges where ImmigrationBiz assessed my case perfectly and helped throughout the whole process to prevent any mistakes.

    Peter P.
    Peter P.Entrepreneur, San Francisco
  • Three weeks after my first contact with immigration Biz, I had the Business Visa in my passport and a plane ticket in my hand.

    Victoria B.
    Victoria B.Communication and Information Manager