CDC - U.S. work visas and green cards.
Crossborder development Corporation (CDC) is a “U.S Visa Consulting firm located in Rouses Point, New York. Our business focus is providing U.S. visa services for the purpose of crossborder commerce/relocation/expansion needs of companies to the United States.
Our main location in upstate New York provides unparalleled experience facilitating Canada companies heading south of the border. As you might expect, approximately 90% of our clients are Canadian companies moving/operating in the United States. We have offices in New York and Florida, and help employers located all over North America with petitioning for U.S. work visas and green cards.
Don't wait! Contact us for a free phone consultation. Let us help you figure out your best next steps. The sooner you understand your U.S. visa services options and have a plan of action, the better your chances of getting the results you want.
No one can guarantee the results of your American visa application, but CDC can and will guarantee a full refund of our fees, should any visa petition be denied due to any fault of our own. We have NEVER had to refund our fees, and we don't plan on starting with yours.
At CDC, we quote all U.S. visa service fees in advance, and in writing. We stick to those fees, and there are No Surprises.
CDC has been helping businesses, investors, and professionals successfully prepare US immigration petitions for over four (4) decades. CDC’s attention to detail, and timely service provides 100% customer satisfaction.
Some may say they provide free support, but at CDC we NEVER charge for support before, during, or after. Clients are actually encouraged to call CDC's Toll Free line to get their questions answered (at no charge) at any time during the process.
At CDC you will not wait for your phone calls to be returned. No hassles, straight answers, and no surprises. Some people call that positively outrageous service!
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