Employment Based Immigration

  i.   Are you a nonimmigrant who has a great new business venture idea? Are you an immigrant who has distinct qualifications and/or a potential job offer in the United States? Click here for more information.

  ii.   Visas for Employment-Based Nonimmigrants: A common way to work temporarily in the United States as a nonimmigrant is for a prospective employer to file a petition with USCIS on your behalf. There are numerous categories for visas for employment-based nonimmigrants, including E visas. Each classification has its own requirements and specifications.

iii.   Green Cards for Employment-Based Immigrants: There are 5 categories for employment-based immigrants inside or outside of the U.S. where the alien can become a lawful permanent resident (obtain a green card) through employment in the United States.

• First Preference (EB-1)—priority workers.
• Second Preference (EB-2)—members of the professions holding advanced degrees.
• Third Preference (EB-3)—skilled workers, professionals, or other workers.
• Fourth Preference (EB-4)—special immigrants.
• Fifth Preference (EB-5)—immigrant investors.

Learn More

The Attorneys You Want On Your Side

Every case is very important to us and we always take care of them seriously.

Call for Consultation : +1 702-439-8004

Copyright 2019 © Kassamanian Kodchian and Associates.