(EB1 Visa, EB2 Visa, EB3 Visa)
Employment-Based Visas (EB1 Visa, EB2 Visa, EB3
Visa, EB4 Visa, EB5 Visa): The Immigration and Nationality Act provides
for several employment visa classifications. Employment-based immigration
generally requires either a strong showing that the foreign worker is one
of the best in the field, or that there are no qualified U.S. workers
available to fill the position. The EB visa category is divided into
categories based on the preference given to the employee seeking to work
in the United States. Please note that the first preference does not
require labor certification from the Department of Labor.
The LL.M. Law Group understands that obtaining an
employment visa to work in the United States can sometimes be difficult.
Please read below to learn more about how the LL.M. Law Group can help you
start working, and stop worrying.
The LL.M. Law Group
can help the following immigrants obtain a visa based on an employer
petition in these categories:
First Preference: EB1 Visa for Priority Workers
- Workers of
extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or
professors or researchers
Second Preference: EB2 Visa for Professionals with Advanced
Degrees or Exceptional Ability in the sciences, arts or business
- Advanced degree
- Workers who because of their exceptional
ability in the sciences, arts, or business will substantially benefit
prospectively the national economy, cultural or educational interests,
or welfare of the United States
Third Preference: EB3 Visa for Skilled Workers, Professionals and
Professionals with bachelor's degrees
workers (less than two
years' experience required for the position)
Fourth Preference: EB4 Visa for
- Religious ministers
- Certain long-time employees of the U.S.
government employed abroad
- Some physicians who have resided in the U.S.
for a number of years
Fifth Preference: EB5 Visa for
- Investors who invest one million dollars in a
new enterprise that employs 10 U.S. workers
- Investors who invest $500,000 if the investment
is in certain rural areas or an area of unemployment of at least 150% of
the national average
See also Investor Visas
Investor Immigration Questionnaire
Please refer to the LL.M. Law Group's
consultation procedures to begin.
The LL.M. Law Group will work with you to
arrive at an arrangement that is fair to all concerned.