Are you interested in coming to the United States and working here permanently?
Considering the fact that the U.S. has one of the most diverse and robust
work climates in the world, it is understandable why you would want to
seek employment in the U.S.
Each year, approximately 140,000 immigrant visas are provided to aliens
and their spouses and children who seek to immigrate to the United States
due to their employability and what their work experience can bring to
our great nation.
If you have the right education, skills and work experience, you may be
eligible to live and work in the United States permanently. There are five
employment-based visa categories, including:
EB-1 (first preference): This category is for individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts,
education, sciences or athletics. It also includes professors, researchers
and multinational executives.
EB-2 (second preference): This visa is for individuals with advanced degrees or for people with
exceptional ability in business, the arts or sciences.
EB-3 (third preference): This visa is for professionals and skilled workers.
EB-4 (fourth preference): This is for special immigrants, such as religious workers, alien minors
who are wards of the United States courts, and employees of U.S. foreign
service posts etc.
EB-5 (fifth preference): This visa is for business investors who invest between $500,000 and $1
million in a new commercial enterprise that employs at minimum 10 U.S.
workers (full time).
Do I need a job offer?
Some of the immigrant visa preferences mentioned above do require that
you already have a job offer from a U.S. employer. The employer would
be considered your
Some of the visa categories require that your U.S. employer submit an immigration
petition to the USCIS and obtain an approved labor certification from
the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
Would you like more information about permanent workers?
Contact The Zendeh Del Law Firm to meet with a Plano immigration attorney. We can answer your questions
and help you gain clear direction on your case!