USCIS provides clarity to the EB-1 immigrant visa application process with its latest policy guidance and the types of evidence deemed valuable, especially for STEM field professionals.
On March 15, 2023, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued policy guidance on how they determine an employer’s ability to pay the proffered wage for EB1, EB2, and EB3 employment-based immigrant visa petitions. Read the full guidance here.
We were recently contacted by an experienced professional in the field of multimedia art looking to obtain a green card on their own merits by self-petitioning under the EB-1A Extraordinary Ability category. They were able to provide extensive proof of their accomplishments in the industry and we were able to successfully argue their merit as a multimedia artist. We discuss the details of this case and the I-140 EB-1A approval here.
If you are a skilled foreign worker seeking to immigrate to the United States, the US Employment-Based (EB) immigrant visa categories can offer you a pathway. We provide a detailed guide to these categories to help you understand your eligibility.
We first helped our client obtain a TN Visa as a management consultant, then an H1B visa, then an EB2 PERM approval, and finally an EB1A approval. He and his family are now US permanent residents. We discuss their immigration path here.