Work Toward Your Goal Of An Employment-Based Visa
Beginning a career in the United States is a thrilling opportunity. To come to the U.S. to work permanently, you must obtain an employment-based immigration visa. This process is easier said than done. With the help of an attorney, though, you stand a fighting change.
We are here to help your career goals become a reality. Our team at ERM Immigration Law, PLLC, assists clients around the world who wish to immigrate to Washington state. No matter your profession, one of our team members can sit down with you and provide compassionate, hands-on guidance as we help you determine the best path of securing an employment-based visa.
What Are The Different Types Of Employment Visas?
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers several options regarding employment immigration. Certain visas receive priority over others. The types of employment-based visas include:
- EB-1: These first-preference visas go to priority workers who have an extraordinary ability; for example, doctors, scientists and businesspeople.
- EB-2: You can seek an EB-2 visa if you have an advanced degree or a national interest waiver. This option can help if you do not have an employer to sponsor you.
- EB-3: Even if you don’t have an advanced degree, you can seek this third-preference visa to work long-term in the U.S.
- EB-4: Religious workers, retired officers, neglected juveniles and employees of some international organizations may receive EB-4 visas.
- EB-5: Finally, if you plan to invest at least $1 million in an American business enterprise, you may seek this type of visa.
These visas have one thing in common: the regulations surrounding them are exceedingly complex. We have successfully helped numerous clients obtain employment visas, seek national interest waivers or sponsor individuals.
Reach Out For Hands-On Immigration Law Advice
Our team has extensive experience in all facets of immigration law. When you need skilled counsel to navigate the immigration process, reach out to our Seattle office to get in touch with us. Call 206-745-9241 or send us an email to schedule your initial consultation.