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Employment-based Immigration Categories

Application for a civil Surgeon
On March 11, 2014 the US Citizenship & Immigration Services introduced form I-910 (Application for Civil Surgeon Designation). This form
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Concurrent filing of I-140 and I-485.
Although concurrent filing of the I-140 and the adjustment of status is very beneficial to most of our clients, there
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PERM for universities and college teachers.
Special Handling cases are employer sponsored labor certification applications, which are limited to teaching positions at qualified educational institutions. Many
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Re-entry permit
Lawful permanent residents or conditional permanent residents who wish to remain outside the United States for more than one year,
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R1 Visa (Temporary Non-immigrant Religious Workers)
R1 Visa (Temporary Nonimmigrant Religious Workers) R1 visas are issued to temporary religious workers with non-immigrant intent. The intending worker
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F1 Student Visa1
An F-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa issued by a United States Consulate abroad to an alien who plans to
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E-1 and E-2 treaty page 1
E-1 and E-2 visas are available to citizens of foreign countries that have a treaty of commerce and navigation, or
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Employment-Based Permanent Residence Petitions
The Immigration and Nationality Act authorizes a set number of visas to be issued annually. In total, this statutorily defined
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EB-1A Visa
An Alien of Extraordinary Ability, or EB-1A, classification applies to aliens who have distinguished themselves professionally in their fields of
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H-1B visa petition
The process of filing an H-1B visa petition is challenging. Before beginning your H-1B application, experienced attorneys at our firm
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Consular Processing
Immigration visa application through Consular Processing is an option for aliens who are outside the U.S. or who are in
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Adjustment of Status
An “adjustment of status” (AOS) refers to the process by which an alien physically in the United States files a
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EB-5 (Investor Visa)
The Immigration Act of 1990 (“IMMACT 90″) created the Immigrant Investor Program as the fifth preference category for employment-based immigration, also known as
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EB-4 (Special Immigrant & Religious Workers)
The EB-4 visa is specified as a special immigrant religious workers category. It is generally intended for members of a
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EB-3 Based on PERM (Professionals, skilled workers and other workers)
The EB-3 is an immigrant visa preference category for United States employment-based permanent residency. It is intended for "skilled workers", "professionals", and "other workers". Those
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EB-2 Based on PERM (Advanced Degree/Exceptional Ability)
For classification as an Advanced Degree Professional, the position must require a member of the professions holding an advanced degree
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PERM Labor Certification
PERM Labor Certification A PERM Labor Certification is an official U.S. Department of Labor finding that: No U.S. workers can be found,
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EB-1(c) (Multinational Manager or Executive)
EB 1 is an employment based, first preference Green Card. The EB 1 is an immigrant visa classification that provides
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EB-1(b) (Outstanding Professors/Researchers)
EB 1B Outstanding Professors and Researchers EB 1 is an employment based, first preference Green Card. The EB 1 is
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EB-1(a) (Alien of Extraordinary Ability)
EB1-A or EB1-EA is a subgroup of first preference employment-based immigration (EB-1). North America Immigration Law Group specializes in EB1-A (Alien
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NIW (National Interest Waiver)
The labor certification process can be a very time consuming and costly undertaking for potential employers. This is one reason
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R-1 (Religious Workers)
R1 visas are issued to temporary religious workers with non-immigrant intent. The intending worker must be sponsored by a non-profit
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L-1 (Inter-company transferees)
In our globalized world, corporations often need a physical presence in countries around the world. Companies from countries with promising
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E-1 (Treaty Trader & Treaty Investor)
E-1 and E-2 visas are available to citizens of foreign countries that have a treaty of commerce and navigation, or
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