If a person has temporary employment in the United States and the employer is ready to file a petition for US Permanent Residency, then he or she can qualify for getting a US Green Card.
Process to apply for Employment-Based Immigration—
* Employer got labor certification consent
* Petition filed with USCIS by the employer.
* National Visa Centre receive the petition by USCIS
* Green Card has been applied by Immigrant.
For employment based Green Card, an application is produced to the United States and Citizenship and Immigration Services on a form 1-140. These are categorized into various parts, and most of them require labor certification–
* Individual with extraordinary ability in the field of science, education, art, athletics or business.
* MNC managers who have been shifted to the US by a connected company.
* Excellent researchers or professors.
They don’t need labor certification
* Member of the professions with higher degrees.
* Individual with exceptional ability in business or arts, sciences.
Both cases need a job offer and labor certification.
* Unskilled employees
* skilled employees, competent to do a job that needs at least 2 years of training, experience, education.
* Professionals who have a higher or bachelor’s degree. Require job offer and labor certification.
* Individuals hired out of the US who have worked or are enlisted to work for the United States Armed Forces.
* fixed retired foreigner enterprises workers.
* Ministers of religion
EB-5 immigrant investors
This is for international investors who make a capital investment in new business organizations in the United States which result in the generation of US jobs.
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