Tag Archives: EB-1

L-1A Multinational Executives and Managers Criteria

L-1 is a commonly used visa to transfer intra-company employees to the United States. In particular, L-1A is for managers and executives to transfer internationally and work in the United States. One major benefit of L-1A is that the requirements of L-1A substantially resemble the requirements of EB-1(C) Multinational Executives and Managers. Therefore those who […]

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DHS to Attract Highly Skilled Immigrants

The Department of Homeland Securities (DHS) on January 31,2 012 announces new initiatives to help make the United States more attractive to highly-skilled foreign students and workers.  So it can improve the competitiveness of U.S. companies in the world market and stimulating U.S. job creation.  The initiatives are in the areas of F-1, H-1B, EB1 […]

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Entrepreneurs and National Interest Waiver

The USCIS announced its initiatives to entrepreneurs in its 08/02/2011 accouchement to encourage entrepreneurs to take advantage off the National Interest Waiver program to apply for green card and to grow the U.S. economy and create U.S. jobs. The questions and answers in regard to entrepreneurs and national interest waiver are discussed below:

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Government Sponsored Professors and Researchers Green Card Petitions

In the first preference category of employment-based petition filed on behalf of outstanding professor or researcher (EB-1B).  The offer of employment can be in the form of a letter from the prospective U.S. employer to the beneficiary professor or researcher.  The offer must state that the employer is offering the beneficiary employment in a tenured […]

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