EB1-A, EB1-B and EB1-C Employment-Based, First Preference Visas
If you are interested in becoming an EB1-A, EB1-B, EB1-C (or National Interest Waiver) visa holder, finding someone that make a convincing argument to the USCIS is not always easy. We know what the USCIS is looking for and how they want you to establish your exceptional ability. Because our visa documentation is not only reasonable but convincing, you can be assured that the presentation we make on your behalf is one that is due diligent and impresses the reader (usually the USCIS) with your ability. They cannot just see the required information in rote form: They also need to see and believe how your ability is going make an impact on this country's economy, cultural or educational interests, or future society.
EB-1: Permanent Workers – Extraordinary Ability/Outstanding Professor/Multinational Executive
You may be eligible for an employment-based, first-preference visa if you have an extraordinary ability, are an outstanding professor or researcher, or are a multinational executive or manager.
Extraordinary Ability - You must be able to demonstrate extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics through sustained national or international acclaim. Your achievements must be recognized in your field through extensive documentation. No offer of employment is required.
Outstanding Professors and Researchers - You must demonstrate international recognition for your outstanding achievements in a particular academic field. You must have at least three years experience teaching or researching in that academic area. You must be entering the United States in order to pursue tenure or a tenure track teaching or comparable research position at a university or other institution of higher education.
Multinational Manager or Executive - You must have been employed outside the United States for at least one year by a firm or corporation during the three years preceding the petition and you must be seeking to enter the United States to continue service for that firm or organization. Your employment must have been outside the United States in a managerial or executive capacity and with the same employer, an affiliate, or a subsidiary of the employer.
Learn More About the EB1-C Visa
As affordability of the EB5 visa decreases in the context of increasingly stringent requirements, foreign investors are looking for viable alternatives: The EB1-C visa is an equally sure, less costly and easier path to a permanent residence visa. Read more about our EB1-C plans here.