Employment Based Immigrant Visas

Receiving permanent residency in the US is made possible for foreign workers through the use of employment based (EB) immigrant visas. There are several types of EB visas, some of which include: a EB-1 for people with exceptional capabilities, managers or executive from different countries, outstanding researchers or professor; b) EB-2 for immigrant workers who are advanced degree holders or specializations and people who immigration is in line with the US national interest; c) EB-3 for specialists with undergraduate degrees or equal work experience; and d) EB-4 visas for specialty foreign workers and religious workers and EB-5 visas for foreign investors include employment based preference categories.

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