Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, 140,000 visas are available for employment-based immigration each year. As you strive to be among that number, our Miami immigration lawyer can provide you with the tools you need to be successful. We can help you understand the requirements for people seeking this status, such as an approved Form I-140.
Our firm can determine whether you are among one of the five categories of eligible people seeking residency with an employment visa. The category you fall under will determine how our attorney can help you obtain an employment-based immigration visa.
Priority workers are among the first employment-based immigration category. People who are beneficiaries of approved I-140 forms and are persons of "extraordinary ability," outstanding professors, outstanding researchers, or approved executives may qualify.
Under the second employment-based preference category are professionals with advanced degrees or those with baccalaureate degrees and a minimum of five years of progressive experience within that field.
Workers with exceptional skills and professionals with baccalaureate degrees are included in the third category. Special immigrants - such as physicians, religious workers, broadcasters, translators, and others - fall under the fourth category.
Employment creators (investors) can qualify under the fifth employment-based preference category if they invest at least $1,000,000 in a new enterprise. The entity invested in must employ full-time U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Whether you plan to enter the United States for a short amount of time or are pursuing legal permanent residence, the application process can be quite intense. At Sibirsky Law Firm, P.A., we intimately know the immigration laws and methods as our attorney is himself an immigrant from Ecuador.
To qualify for an employment-based visa, you must fulfill all requirements, which can be accomplished with the help of our Miami immigration lawyer. We offer you counsel as to what you and your employer must do for you to obtain the correct type of visa.
Our firm encourages you to contact us at your earliest convenience to help you begin.