A multinational manager is defined as an individual who:
A multinational executive is defined as an individual who:
No. Although the number of individuals that you supervise can help you to show that you qualify as a multinational executive or manager, you do not necessarily have to supervise anyone at all. In addition, the fact that you supervise a lot people does not necessarily demonstrate that you are actually acting in a managerial or executive capacity. Every position will be considered in the context of the company that they serve. Also, it is important to note that first-line supervisors are not considered to be acting in a managerial capacity by virtue of the supervisory duties alone, unless the employees supervised are professional.Back to EB1C FAQs
No. Although many people that apply for residency under this category are L-1A visa holders (because many of the requirements are similar), there is no set requirement for the type of visa that you must be on when applying for a multinational executive or managerial green card.