Employment based immigration visas, or Green Cards, allow migrants to gain lawful permanent residence in the US in order to engage in skilled work. There are two ways to obtain a US Green Card: one way is through a family member, the other way is to obtain an employment based Green Card (you can also try for the annual Green Card diversity lottery). This section concentrates on the 5 types of employment based Green Cards.
There are 5 EB categories:
- EB-1 For multinational executives or managers, or for people with exceptional experience and ability in science, art, education, business, or sport.
- EB-2 For those in certain professions – such as medicine, science, and teaching - who hold a Master's degree or higher.
EB-3 For skilled workers with at least 2 years of experience in their field, Master's degree and PhD holders who are not covered by the EB-2 visa, and for low skilled workers to take a permanent US job.
EB-4 For certain migrants who do not fit into other visa categories: some religious workers, US Foreign service employees, and others.
EB-5 For investors who invest a minimum of either $900,000 or $1,800,000 in a US business with at least 10 employees.
Further information, help, and advice
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