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Do you want to work and live in the US permanently?

Permanent resident status (green card) gives the right to foreign nationals to live and work in the US permanently. Employment based immigration is a common way of becoming a permanent resident and is usually dependent on a job offer from a US employer, unless you qualify for EB1 or NIW.

The procedure for receiving green card through employment-based immigrant visa has a few steps: the immigrant usually must be sponsored by a US employer, who files an I-140 petition with the USCIS to have the foreign worker classified  as a person qualified to immigrate. Furthermore, the employer must also obtain Labor Certification (PERM) from the Department of Labor certifying that no US workers are available to fill the position offered to the immigrant worker. The PERM requirement does not apply to EB-1 green card and NIW categories. To learn more about the process or whether you qualify for an EB-1, EB-2, NIW or EB-3 green card, schedule an evaluation consultation with our DC employment green card lawyer.

Multiple employment based green cards available to individuals whose long term goal is to immigrate to the United States through their employment. Employment based green cards are divided into multiple categories and subcategories. For example, an EB1 first preference is divided into EB1A, EB1B, and EB1C employment based green cards.

Generally, a US employer must make an employment offer to a foreign worker and file a petition with the USCIS on behalf of the worker.

There are two exception to this rule: The EB1 extraordinary ability and the EB2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) workers can petition for themselves because there is no requirement of a job offer or a Labor Certificate for these two categories. If you would like to learn more about the EB1 extraordinary ability green card or NIW requirements, please contact our US work visa attorney for a consultation.

Once the USCIS finds that the immigrant falls within one of the preference groups, the worker can then apply for a permanent resident status (green card). The employment based green card application can be made at a US Consulate abroad through a process called “consular processing.” If the foreign worker is already in the US and is eligible, then the worker can apply for a green card through “adjustment of status.” If you are not sure what process applies to you or how to proceed further, our US work visa lawyer can help you to determine your options.

Multiple employment based green cards available to individuals whose long term goal is to immigrate to the United States through their employment. Employment based green cards are divided into multiple categories and subcategories. For example, an EB1 first preference is divided into EB1A, EB1B, and EB1C employment based green cards.

Generally, a US employer must make an employment offer to a foreign worker and file a petition with the USCIS on behalf of the worker.

There are two exception to this rule: The EB1 extraordinary ability and the EB2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) workers can petition for themselves because there is no requirement of a job offer or a Labor Certificate for these two categories. If you would like to learn more about the EB1 extraordinary ability green card or NIW requirements, please contact our US work visa attorney for a consultation.

Once the USCIS finds that the immigrant falls within one of the preference groups, the worker can then apply for a permanent resident status (green card). The employment based green card application can be made at a US Consulate abroad through a process called “consular processing.” If the foreign worker is already in the US and is eligible, then the worker can apply for a green card through “adjustment of status.” If you are not sure what process applies to you or how to proceed further, our US work visa lawyer can help you to determine your options.

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EMPLOYMENT BASED GREEN CARDS

DC employment green card lawyer assists with the following services:

  • Third Preference: EB-3

  • Professionals with a Bachelor’s Degree

  • Skilled Workers

  • Unskilled Workers

  • Fifth Preference: EB-5

  • Immigrant Investor

Your education, skills, achievements, employment goals, and type of occupation that you want to perform in the US will determine which employment based green card you may be eligible for. If you would like our DC employment green card lawyer to assess which employment-based green card you could qualify for, please contact us today to schedule a consultation.

General Procedure for Obtaining an Employment Green Card:

Generally, a US employer must make an employment offer to the foreign worker and must file the petition with the US on behalf of the worker. There are two exception to this rule: The EB-1 Extraordinary Ability workers and the EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) workers can petition for themselves because there is no requirement of a job offer or a Labor Certificate for these two categories. If you would like to learn more about the EB-1 extraordinary ability green card or NIW requirements, please contact our DC permanent work visa attorney for a consultation.

Once the USCIS finds the immigrant falls within one of the preference groups, the worker can then apply for a permanent resident status (green card). The employment-based green card application can be made at a US Consulate abroad through a process called “consular processing.” Iif the foreign worker is already in the US and is eligible, then the worker can apply for a green card through “adjustment of status.” If you are not sure what process applies to you or how to proceed further, a DC permanent work visa attorney will help you to determine your options.

US Employment Green Cards Include:

  • EB1 green card: this classification includes extraordinary ability; outstanding researchers and professors; as well as managers/executives
  • EB2 green card: based on exceptional ability or advanced degree
  • NIW green card: based on US national interest
  • NIW for physicians
  • EB3 green card: professionals, skilled, and other workers
  • EB5 green card: for investors

HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR EB-1, EB-2, NIW, or EB-3 GREEN CARD ELIGIBILITY?
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Why Should You Consider Hiring Our DC Employment Green Card Lawyer?

Our employment green card lawyer in Washington DC is dedicated to assisting professionals, entrepreneurs, startups, and company owners with their employment green card needs. We assist US employment green card clients from all 50 states and worldwide.

Once you have found a job, your US employer will normally hire and pay for the services of an employment green card lawyer to help prepare and submit the necessary application materials. In fact, Department of Labor rules require the employer to pay all attorney’s fees and costs associated with Labor Certification.

In situations where the employer has not yet hired an employment immigration attorney, you should consider hiring a DC employment green card lawyer to help you navigate through an unfamiliar and complex process of obtaining a green card through employment. Our knowledgeable and dedicated DC employment green card lawyer offers a wide variety of employment green card services. We understand that application process can be stressful and complicated. Our job is to provide you with guidance and representation during this complicated time.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

The Law Offices of Victoria V Kuzmina provide US Immigration services to clients from all 50 states and worldwide. If you need help or have questions about an employment immigration matter, please contact us by phone or email to set up a consultation with our Washington DC employment green card lawyer.

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Law Offices of Victoria V. Kuzmina
1325 G Street Northwest, Ste 500
Washington, DC 20005