Employment-Based Immigration

  • EB-1 (Employment First Preference)

  • Persons with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics.
  • Outstanding professors and researchers
  • Multinational managers or executives

  • EB-2 (Employment Second Preference)

  • Professionals holding an advanced degree (beyond a bachelor's degree), or a bachelor's degree and at least five years progressive experience in the profession
  • Persons with exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business.
  • NIW (National Interest Waiver): Applicants distinguished in their professional field or with extraordinary ability may apply for a National Interest Waiver, which waives the standard Labor Certification requirement for most EB immigration petitions

  • EB-3 – (Employment Third Preference)

  • Professionals (those with jobs that require at least a bachelor's degree)
  • Skilled Workers (those with jobs that require minimum 2 years of training or work experience)
  • Unskilled (Other) Workers (those with jobs that require less than 2 years of training or work experience)

  • EB-4 – (Employment Fourth Preference)

  • Special Immigrants: Religious Workers/Special Immigrant Juveniles/ Broadcasters/Armed Forces Members, etc.
  • Special Immigrant
    : Religious Workers/ Special Immigrant Juveniles/ Broadcasters / Armed Forces Members, etc.

Reentry Permit

  • For U.S. Permanent Residents who wish to continuously reside more than 1 year and less than 2 years outside the United States

  • Applicant must be present in the U.S. at time of filing, and he or she must be in the U.S. to attend the biometrics (fingerprinting) appointment

Special Immigrant Religious Worker (EB-4)

  • Applicant must work for a religious organization or denomination as a minister or in a religious vocation or occupation

  • Applicant must have been a member and an employee of the same religious organization for the immediate 2 years preceding the EB-4 immigration petition