Category: Permenant Visa

EB-1 Priority Workers

The EB-1 classification is open for 3 types of foreign nationals that:

1. Possess Extraordinary Ability in the Sciences, Arts, Education, Business or Athletics, or
2. Are Outstanding Professors or Researchers, or
3. Managers and Executives of multinational business entities who are on international transfer to the U.S.

EB-2 Professionals

The EB-2 classification is open to 3 types of foreign nationals that:

1. Exceptional Ability in the Sciences, Arts or Business, or.
2. With Advanced Degree Professionals, or
3. Qualified Alien Physicians who will practice medicine in an area of the U.S., which is underserved.

EB-3 Skilled or Professional Workers

The EB-3 classification is open to foreign nationals with at least two years experience as skilled workers, professionals with bachelors’ degrees…

EB-5 Immigrant Investors Visas

Under U.S. immigration law, qualified individuals seeking permanent residence on the basis of their engagement in a new commercial enterprise can do so by applying for investor visas.


One method to obtaining lawful permanent residency is through a relative who is either a citizen of the US or a lawful permanent resident.


US Immigration law allows three methods for US citizens to bring future spouses or spouse to the United States: the K-1 Fiance Visa, K-3 Alien-Spouse Nonimmigant Visa and the Alien-Spouse Immigrant Visa.


The U.S. immigration allows people, who suffered past persecution and have well-founded fear of future persecution if they return to the country of their nationality, to seek asylum or refugee status that will eventually allow them to obtain permanent residency (green card).


The Diversity Lottery Program allocates 55,000 new immigrant visas each year for individuals from underrepresented nations.